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studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today." i'm savannah guthrie, along with matt lauer, al roker and natalie morales. we're all back from the inauguration. some of us had an inaugural experience a little more memorable than others. >> you have to come out of your shell. that was wild. >> it was an odd moment. i was very grateful. very appreciative. the president acknowledging, and then the vice president. >> acknowledging? you're hard to ignore. >> i'm like a car alarm. >> it was going to get you a handshake or cuffs. one of the two. >> looking right at you. >> and then the vice president. >> mr. vice president! mr. vice president! >> it was great. we all loved it. egging you on. here he comes.
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>> yes! >> persistence pays off. that's pretty good. we'll have more on that in a little while. meanwhile, a lot of people talking about the first lady last night at the inaugural ball in that stunning red gown. >> beautiful red gown getting rave reviews. the designer is jason wu. this is what they call a three-peat. he did the gown at the 2009 inaugural. he will join us live exclusively in a few moments. >> we'll have more highlights from that historical day, including how president obama is using his inaugural address as a call to action for a second term. also ahead, what do you think about co-workers who show up even though they are sick? >> i don't do it that often. >> it's actually a serious story. sometimes people don't have a choice. sometimes they aren't paid for their sick days, so they have to go to work or don't get paid. so we're talking about more efforts to make sick pay mandatory.
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and rare interviews with prince harry in afghanistan that are getting a lot of attention. he talks rather candidly and openly about opening fire on the taliban. that much talked about trip to vegas and the duchess' pregnancy. we'll hear from the prince coming up. also, scary video as you've seen. the high school wrestler taking his position on the mat when a huge spotlight falls on him. fortunately, he is okay. actually, he finds humor in what happened. as you see, he turned out well. he's going to share his story in a live interview in just a little bit. >> all right. we'll get to that. let's talk about this arctic blast. it's cold for a lot of people in this country. >> we're looking at dangerous windchills and we're talking about a lot of lake-effect snow. this is cleveland, ohio. this is lake-effect snow. the great lakes are ice free today. and that's a big problem. that's going to set things up from lake superior, lake michigan, on erie, ontario. upper level low bringing that cold arctic air out of canada,
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comes across the warmer waters of the lakes, picks up the moisture. so we have winter weather advisories, lake-effect snow watches and snow warnings from houghton to watertown, new york. the snowfall is going to be predigious. from ashtabula to syracuse, new york, over the next 72 hours, we could be looking at 4 feet of snow in the tughill plateau, syracuse, and erie on into buffalo, new york. we're talking about massive amounts of snow. the cold air will be unprecedented as well. we'll get into that in a moment. savannah? we go to washington where it is back to work for president obama after the celebration of his second inaugural. the first lady, as we mentioned, was shining at last night's ball in a ruby-colored gown designed by jason wu. nbc's white house correspondent peter alexander has the details this morning.
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peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. the formal ceremonies conclude a short time from now. there's a prayer service at the washington national cathedral. both the president and vice president will be there. president obama dives head first into his second term, there is just enough time to savor what was a very special night. >> my better half and my dance partner, michelle obama. >> reporter: the showstopper inauguration night had nothing to do with politics. the first lady, dazzling fans at the commander in chief ball in a striking red gown by jason wu, the same designer who fashioned that unforgettable dress for the first inaugural. dancing to al green's "let's stay together" performed by jennifer hudson, the obamas took a spin at both of the night's inaugural balls. now the president heads back to work, his second term beginning with a ceremonial oath of office. >> so help you god.
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>> so help me god. >> congratulations. >> reporter: offered clues into his agenda, with an impassioned call for action. >> we are made for this moment and we will see that so long as we see this together -- >> reporter: the president promised a fight for immigration reform and gay rights. >> our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. >> reporter: he pledged to tackle climate change and firmly defend entitlements like medicare and medicaid. >> they do not make us a nation of takers. they free us to take the risk that make this country great. >> reporter: as well as reiterating one of his immediate priorities, gun control. >> our journey is not complete until all our children, from the streets of detroit to the hills of appalachia to the quiet streets of newtown know they are cared for and always safe from
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harm. >> reporter: historians say there's a unique opportunity. >> there's a magical moment in a second term. it's elusive and moves fast but when presidents get it right they often make history. >> reporter: before he headed back into the capitol on monday, the president paused for a moment. you could read his lips. i want to take a look one more time. i'm not going to see this again. that really was a striking moment yesterday afternoon. next month during the state of the union we'll hear more proposals. emboldened by a political victory, laying out what was a clear liberal agenda, but he faces real challenges in the near future as he goes up against congressional republicans on the issues of debt reduction and trying to pass a budget. savannah? >> a lot of work ahead. peter alexander at the white house this morning for us. peter, thank you. now here's matt. we're hearing more about the group behind that deadly crisis in algeria.
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three americans were among the at least 37 hostages that were killed in a four-day standoff. janet shamlian has the latest. janet, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. two of those three victims are from here in texas, all worked for bp at that natural gas facility. there is word of seven american survivors. today we're getting new details on how this all unfolded. in a first accounting of the hostage taking, the algerian prime minister said the islamist militants who attacked the facility included two canadians and a team of explosive experts who memorized the plant and were ready to blow it up. over four days, a grim toll. at least 29 militants are dead after algerian special forces waged a bloody counterattack. the number of hostages killed is higher, more than three dozen. among them, three americans who were working for bp, 58-year-old frederick buttaccio of texas,
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victor lovelady of nederland, texas, gordon lee rowan of sumpter, oregon. a 57-year-old father of two who the police chief says was well known. >> i knew victor. i knew him to be a good family man. had a good family. his kids went to school here. well-respected people here. >> they're a good family, close family. they have a support of extended family, and i'm sure a certain number of good friends who will be able to be with them. >> reporter: among the seven u.s. hostages who survived, steven wysocki of colorado. and the manager of the plant. cobb texted a friend "i'm alive" and hid in an unused room until he was able to escape unharmed. bp won't comment on the workers, citing privacy concerns, but say executives are offering the families the company's full support. and there are ripple effects in this country, including
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concern that oil could top $100 a barrel this week. also fears that oil production could be impacted in places that are politically unstable. matt, back to you. >> janet shamlian on the story. janet, thank you very much. let's check in with natalie, she's got the day's top stories. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah, matt and al. terrifying moments in the sky after a southwest airlines flight was forced to abort take-off at denver international airport with 142 people on board. warning light in the cockpit caused the pilot to stop the plane abruptly, causing the brakes to overheat and three tires to blow. the passengers were safely evacuated from the plane. now let's head to wall street. courtney reagan has a check of the markets on this first trading day of the week. good morning to you. >> that's right, natalie. the major averages are sitting at five-year highs as stocks have actually seen gains for three straight weeks. investors remain squarely
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focused on any developments out of washington. tomorrow, the house is set to vote to extend that debt ceiling deadline until may 19th. elsewhere, earnings reports will likely influence trades today. dupont, johnson & johnson, and ibm all report today. natalie? >> courtney regan at the new tock exchange, thank you. the u.s. education department says it takes more than the standard four years for more than 20% of students to ini finish and get their deemployee mas. they credit the rise in graduation rate for the stiff competition for limited jobs. an analysis of marrs' mclaughlin crater has scientists investigating new evidence that there was water on the red planet. using data from the mars reconnaissance orbiter, it may once have been a lake fed by an underground water supply. the findings are published in "nature geo science" and may
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push the search for ancient life on mars underground. off-duty police officer in madrid is being credited as a hero this morning after rescuing a woman who fainted and fell on the city's subway tracks. the officer leaped into action and pulled the 52-year-old woman to safety. an oncoming train saw the trouble on the tracks and fortunately was able to stop in time. lucky day all right. it is now 7:12. let's go back to matt, savannah, and al. >> that's a nasty fall. natalie, thanks very much. here's the deal. you want to get the attention of the president and the vice president on inaugural day. what do you do? who are you going to call? >> there's really only one person you call. al roker. it happened to him yesterday. all he really needed was a teeny, tiny bit of encouragement from brian williams and david gregory. take a look. >> no pressure on al roker, but anything -- >> really? >> -- less than an interview will be considered a failure. >> thank you very much.
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i think we can pretty much assume it's going to be a failure. >> a strong point and a thumb's up. really strong. >> the best we can hope for at this point. >> mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! how's it going? is the weather good? is that fantastic? all right, mr. president! >> wow, that's huge. >> there you have it, the first interview with the newly reinaugurated 44th president of the united states. >> all right. >> wow! >> okay? okay? >> wow! that was, i think, an interview. >> are you duly impressed? >> al roker, let's double down. see what you can do with the vice president. >> i'm going to give it a try. mr. vice president! mr. vice president! hey, how are you doing? come on, come say -- come on. that's it. >> wow!
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>> yes! >> wow! >> i'm done! >> "today" show meteorologist and chief white house correspondent, al roker. >> never bet against al roker. there you go. >> my predecessor, willard scott, actually set the bar. i think it was '88 when he got barbara bush to come over and kiss him. >> can we run the portion of the tape where the vice president -- there's willard back in days gone by. >> he got a kiss. all right, al. >> if you look at the portion where the vice president comes over to you yesterday -- i don't know if we can catch that last little second of it. notice the way, as he gets to you, he spreads his legs apart and braces himself, because he's thinking, this guy could pull me over the barricades. watch how he braces himself there. >> he hedges his bet. >> plants the legs. >> i'm done!
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>> you know, if he's thinking 2016, that was a bad move. >> it was really cool. you said right after -- you know, you were pretty proud. >> well, you know what? to be acknowledged by the president, handshake from the vice president on martin luther king jr. day, i think, was pretty special. >> in 2009 you got a wave from the president as well. got the love back then. >> i was thinking about my folks. they were looking down. i think pretty pleased. >> all that and you forecast the weather. pretty good. >> it worked out all right. that's what's going on around the country. let's get your local forecast right after these messages. but feel alive. the new c class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through.
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see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. 7:16 on a tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. high clouds filtering in ahead of an area of low pressure bringing us showers for tomorrow. we'll hit highs close to 70 degrees. 69 in gilroy. 68 in san jose. 65 degrees in san francisco. showers on the way for your wednesday. we'll dry out thursday into friday and storm window opens saturday and sunday. that's your latest weather. savannah. >> al, thanks. we are getting a rare glimpse into prince harry's life. his deployment wrapped up monday from afghanistan and he had a lot to say about living in the royal spotlight.
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>> keir simmons is here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. prince harry was as candid as i have ever heard him before. and he said his scandal in las vegas let people down and looking forward to being an uncle and it really got people talking here. for four months, prince harry has been a helicopter gunner, flying an apache over afghanistan. >> this has been my office. >> reporter: based at camp b.a.s.s.ion, often supporting u.s. forces, he has seen action, firing at taliban fighters. >> save a life. we'll take them on again, i suppose. >> reporter: in interviews he is disarmingly honest about his true feelings. of those pictures in vegas, i let people down. >> i let my family down and others down. >> reporter: he is described by the media as quote unacceptable.
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>> it was an area there should be a certain amount of privacy. >> reporter: harry yearns for provides. i his captain says he is fearless but outside, armed with cameras. >> everything has an mobile phone on it now and can't move an inch. >> reporter: on the pregnancy. >> and and publicly sizing it when they were, that's the media for you. >> reporter: this is how he's managed to escape. the third in line to the british throne, spent the life on a british cot. >> this is my bed. don't really make it when i'm done. one moment you're in bed asleep, 6 1/2 minutes later speaking to someone on the ground that has been shot up. >> reporter: eating ordinary food. it's a life he loves. >> this is where my army friends are. >> reporter: fooling around, wearing a santa hat.
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>> his mother needs to know he's been smoking while he's been out here. we'll make sure that's on camera. >> reporter: for captain wales, being a soldier means mostly getting away from the cameras. this world famous young royal prefers it that way. >> it is tucked away. quieter for me. an easier way of life. >> reporter: then an emergency. he scrambles, one last taste of freedom before returning home to be prince harry again. fighters told me prince harry had to be persuaded to even do these interviews. he's expected to be back in the uk tomorrow and every movement the focus of attention. >> tell us how you really feel, harry, about all those cameras. >> thank you. here at home the build up to super bowl xlvii is now firmly under way. for the first time, it will feature two brothers coaching against each other. here's mike taibbi.
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>> reporter: with the windmill down over the new england patriots, john harbaugh became the second part in a writer's dream. that's because hours earlier, his brother coached the 49ers to the super bowl. the harbaugh, you get the idea. >> they down played their story. >> not like churchill and roosevelt or anything. >> the fighters are first, playing,thy players have the most to do with it, the ones wee should be talking about. >> we're not that interesting, nothing more to learn. >> reporter: sports fans are always interesting when it's siblings fighting for the biggest prize like williams sisters in tennis and manning boys in the nfl. like them, the harbaugh brothers had family that supported them on the way to the top. >> this is the first time in american sports it's siblings
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head coaches squaring off, not generals or players but head coaches who love each other and hate to lose. >> reporter: their father jack was a lifer himself and wanted them to be the best. >> they wanted to be the best and the thing they had the tremendous capacity for, when they got knocked down, they had that ability to rise back up and continue. >> reporter: there you have it. a contest at the pinnacle that will knock one other down and leave the other standing. their parents have cheered them both on along the journey. >> happy we made it to this point. >> reporter: you wonder on gameday near new orleans, among whose fans will their parents be located. >> we're still working that out. have to see where they sit. >> just adds to the intrigue of the big game. coming up, exclusive interview of the woman whose pictures were used of the
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girlfriend manti te'o never had. and if you call in sick from home. "today" from
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coming up, the man who coming up, the man who made michelle obama stunning, inaugural gown, jason wu. >> and the man lucky to be alive after a light fell on him during a match on your local news. ♪ ♪
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it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelly. a normally quiet san jose neighborhood is on edge as police search for three men that broke into an elderly couple's home and tied them up last night. it happened at a home in the 6700 block of bret harte drive. they stole a number of items before driving away with two of the victims' cars. at some point either the husband or wife was able to break free to get to a neighbor's home to call for help. police say the couple is traumatized but they are holding up. investigators now looking for the couple's 1997 tan toyota camry and 2012 green toyota highlander. these are the license plates. for the camry it is 3ung960. for high lander 5xiu 520. if you have seen either of these cars, call san jose police
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immediately. >> let's say good morning to another beautiful day. look at that. come on. >> it doesn't get much better than this. 7:27. beautiful sunrise. this is san jose. not just the south bay. you are getting the same stellar start in san francisco. gorgeous conditions. cold out there. grab your coat. 34 degrees in livermore. 38 in san mateo. we're headed toward a good looking day. moderate air quality. we'll see clouds filter in throughout the day today. highs are going to be just about as warm as they were yesterday. 69 in gilroy. 68 in san jose. 65 degrees in san francisco. rain arrives as of tomorrow. 7:27. we're now in the heart of rush hour. let's check the drive with mike. >> this is a standard shot of 880 southbound along the truck scales. a map shows you coming into this area a tough drive north of that shot. a crash somewhere around thorton blocking two of your middle lanes. that is causing a big backup out of hayward and union city and into the area just south of
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dumbarton bridge. slowing in both 680 and 880 those directions because of the commute. there's a tough drive on the peninsula. both directions slow but north 101 continues to be hampered by that crash at peninsula. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. we'll have another local update for you in one half hour from right now. in the meantime, the "today" show rolls on. hope to see you then. enjoy this.
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some may dispute the quality
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of our president but nobody disputes the quality of our first lady. ladies and gentlemen, my better half and my dance partner, michelle obama. >> a lot of people were waiting for that moment last night. the first lady stepping out at the inaugural ball in her beautiful red gown. that gown was actually created by the same man who designed her last inaugural gown, jason wu. there's jason right there. we will talk to him exclusively coming up. a big moment not only for the first lady and jason as well. >> and he's cracking a smile. also ahead, do you get a little bit mad at your co-workers when they come to work even though they are sick. sometimes they may not have a choice. do you know millions of americans do not get paid sick days and for them, that makes a really hard decision whether to come to work north. there's new laws looking to change that. we'll tell you about that coming
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up. some video hard to watch. take a look, a high school wrestler nearly crushed -- look at that thing -- it falls right on top of him from the ceiling in the middle of the match. we are happy to tell you he's okay and going to join us, probably watching that video right how, going to join us for an exclusive interview. and now we talk to the woman whose pictures were used in the manti te'o scandal and we sat down with her. >> she is the victim of identity theft and says she doesn't know who manti te'o was until last week and her pictures made headlines around the country. snow she's the face behind the notre dame hoax. diane says her online pictures were used to create a woman whoever existed. >> my name is not lenae, my name is diane.
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>> she is the woman manti te'o said for months he was in love with. >> my girl is a god fearing woman. >> it is bizarre and confusing relationship. >> what's your relationship with manti te'o? >> i've never met manti te'o in my life, never spoken with him. never exchanged words, tweets. >> manti te'o. >> during his run for the heisman trophy, te'o spoke openly of his girl. te'o says he was devastated back in september when he learned she died of leukemia, hours after his grandmother had also passed away, a story he shared with the nation for months. >> i'll never forget the time i found out that my girl passed a way. >> reporter: last week, the story broke. she never existed and te'o how says she was the victim of an elaborate hoax and now says he never met her and only communicated with her online and
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on the phone. in her first television interview, diane says her identity was stolen and the other was created by this man. an aspiring singer, they went to the same high school and were facebook friends. >> the past five years, he's literally been stalking my facebook and stealing my photos. >> reporter: he hasn't returned repeated phone calls from nbc news and ducked the press, but on facebook his father writes it's my hope and prayer that we allow the truth to take its course, wherever that may lead. >> he has called and not only confessed but also apologized. i don't think there's anything you can say to me that would fix this. >> she says sthey were never
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close friends and why she was closen and her face was used during all of this scandal, she asks herself this question everyday. >> thanks. we will hear more from diane o'meara, when she joins us for an exclusive live interview on "today." for now, let's get a check on the weather from al. weather is brought to you by the u.s. >> we've got a brisk morning out here. but this is -- this is nothing compared to what they're going to be experiencing throughout much of the great lakes and on into the south east. really, the ohio river valley. frigid air, jetstream way down to the south. my grandma had an frigidaire. we have windchill warnings and watches from the dakotas all the way to maine. look at these temperatures and what it feels like. minneapolis, 5 below and feels like 23 below. as the temperatures move, look
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at that old air by tuesday and this afternoon only 11. into tonight and tomorrow, the cold air spills into new england and northeast and washington d.c., 14 by wednesday morning. cincinnati 10 by wednesday afternoon, look at that. new york city only 21. it will feel like 5 above. that cold air will stay entrenched right into the weekend. another big storm will be coming. we'll tell 7:25 on a tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren happy to show you the beautiful sunrise over the san francisco bay this morning. doesn't get better than this except when you consider temperatures we're going to hit today. 69 for gilroy. 65 in san francisco. and 64 degrees oakland. rain comes in wednesday. thursday and friday looking mild. temps in the 60s. the storm window opens up saturday into monday.
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>> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thank you very much. do you go to work even when you're sick? why the very bad flu season has some people now calling for mandatory paid sick leave. we'll talk about that, right after these messages. ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. visit pay, print, and have it picked up for free. any time of year. ♪ nice sweater. thank you. ♪ two. three. my credit card rewards are easy to remember with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card. earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. [ both ] 2% back on groceries.
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when you get the flu, doctors always say stay home and rest. what if you can't afford to? the severe flu season has increased the call to make paid sick leave mandatory. nbc's stephanie gosk has this story. steph, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. anyone who has the flu and showed up at work probably has heard it from co-workers, go home. but many aren't paid to stay home sick. and it makes a bad flu year even worse. emergency rooms are filled. workplaces are struggling. school desks are empty. and still it spreads. worrying about passing the flu on to her clients. the home health care provider fought through days of fever before seeing the doctor,
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because taking a sick day means not getting paid. can you afford to take two days off work and not get a paycheck? >> not really. >> reporter: a painful choice for a single mother with a 7-year-old daughter. she is part of a large group of working americans, 40 million, who have jobs that do not pay them for sick days. >> all around the country right now, there are people who wake up sick and are asking themselves, if i stay home, will i have groceries this week? can i keep the lights on? and many are asking, can i keep my job? >> reporter: a lot of those people choose the job and fuel the epidemic. for hospital worker, the mantra is prevention. get the flu shot. if you get the flu, stay home. one out of every four of these patients has the flu. in cities like new york there is a push for mandatory paid sick leave.
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legislation would require employers to pay for five sick days a year. san francisco, seattle, washington, d.c. and the state of connecticut already have similar laws. >> just wanted to call and see how you're feeling and if you knew when you would be back to work. >> reporter: this bus company pays its full-time employees for sick days but would have a hard time doing the same thing for part-time worker, who make up most of their workforce. >> as a small business it certainly does impact us. it seems everything has an additional cost lately. we certainly comply with whatever is required. >> reporter: it doesn't help worker workers like this woman. she doesn't get paid for a sick day in the emergency room. with cough and fever, she will be back on the job. it has been passed and then vetoed in philadelphia and new york. but a lot of places are giving it a second look. >> nancy snyderman is our chief
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medical editor. >> good morning, savannah. >> this is a complicated issue. people think if you're sick, stay home. for a lot of folks, they aren't getting paid. that makes a huge difference for them. what can they do? >> a single working mom, or small business owner who says i'm pinched already, there's an economic understanding there. if you look at just preventive health, an aid worker taking care of a 90-year-old person or hospital worker puts more people at work, we're looking at preventive health and the economic squeeze. those two things really right now are at loggerheads. >> obviously if you go to work and you're sick, there's the potential you get one of your co-workers sick, too. >> pretty good potential, because the virus can stay on n inanimate objects for eight hours. you should get a mandatory flu shot. university of pennsylvania, everybody has to be immunized.
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if why your not, you have two weeks to think about it. if not, you can say good-bye to your job. nurse's union said you can't fort force me to do anything against my will. anyone who is supposed to take care of people in the home or in the hospital has to protect the most vulnerable. one step further, school teachers, part-time workers, bus drivers will come into contact with hundreds of people a day. the line gets a little more blurry. at the end of the day you have to think, am i well enough to go to work or should i be under the covers? if you have a fever and you're coughing, sometimes you have to make the economic hard decision and do, frankly, the morally, ethically right thing. >> sometimes when it's a debatable call, a parent has a child who is a little bit sick, same rational. they send the child to school so they can go to work. >> that's exactly right. some preschools will have a sick day. i worked for johnson & johnson for years. they had a phenomenal preschool
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we're back at 7:49 with a frightening scene caught on tape at a high school wrestling match in south dakota. 18-year-old michael mccomish was in the center of the mat when a huge spotlight actually came on top. he's off the mat now. when they go to reset at the center of the mat, watch what happens when michael gets down into position. that light fell from the ceiling and, incredibly, michael walked away and he joins us this morning. mi michael, i know you got some stitches. how are you feeling? >> i feel fine. >> where are the stitches? >> i have some stitches in my forehead and in the back of my head, too. >> i know, based on the position you were in, you couldn't have seen this coming, obviously. did you hear that light break away? >> well, yeah. when the rope broke that was
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holding it, i actually heard the chains that were on the light like ratelle and next thing i knew, the light was on top of me. >> my first thought was how much does that thing weigh? did anybody estimate how much that lamp or light weighed? >> it weighs around like 100 pounds. >> 100 pounds. and yet you jumped up, right up and were able to walk away. were you in shock? >> i -- i don't know. it was quite the thing. i just never really imagined that it would have fell on me and it did. >> and the other thing i was wondering, michael, what about being burned by the lamps in there? did you get any burns? >> no, i didn't have any burns at all. >> you are lucky. how was the match going before that happened? >> well, it was like 30 seconds to a minute into the match, and the other kid took me down and we were on the edge of the mat. and i was thinking in my head,
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let's get out of bounds so i can get a fresh start and go back to the middle. we go out of bounds and i go back to the middle of the mat and the light falls on top of me. and i was thinking, wow, this guy is kind of aggressive and then i realized it was the light. >> the guy just hit me with a hammer or something like that. that's outside the rules. >> yeah. >> how long are you going to be out of wrestling? >> i hope to be wrestling on saturday in a big tournament in brookings. >> look up before you get down on the mat, all right? >> yeah. everybody has been asking me if i'm going to look up every time before i go down now. >> you be careful. we're happy you're okay. >> all right. >> all right, michael. back after your local news.
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an officer was doing an investigation on seminary avenue a few blocks from oakland coliseum and that's where three young men confronted him and shot him in the arm. the suspects then took off. the neighborhood was on lockdown overnight as officers looked for the shooters. police were able to catch one person but two others still remain on the run. they also found a gun on scene. they spent the night looking for more evidence and the injured officer right now remains hospitalized locally. he's expected to make a full recovery. we'll have more details on this coming up in our 11:00 a.m. newscast. right now let's take it outside and check things out. christina loren telling us one more day of that beautiful stuff. >> this is magnificent. good morning to you. a beautiful sunrise here. 7:56. sun has been up for half hour. our highs with that sunshine coming in so early are going to get close to 70 degrees in places like san jose. 67 for fremont. 65 in san francisco. rain on the way as of tomorrow.
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mostly expecting showers to start at 11:00 a.m. and we'll clear out for thursday into friday. let's find out how we're doing on the rush hour drive. good morning, mike. >> it's traffic tuesday. looks like folks did come back from that three-day weekend ready to commute. here's the east shore freeway west 80. you notice as you come down the bay bridge a lot of company and a lot of light causing slowdowns. sunrise slowdowns in many spots in the bay. jam come down out of richmond approaching the bridge. slow to the san mateo bridge toll plaza and 880 jamming. a lot of folks trying to take san mateo instead of dumbarton to get across the bridge. a crash blocking two lanes south 880 in fremont. >> we'll be back with another local update at 8:26. we hope to see you then. enjoy.
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8:00 now on this tuesday morning. it is the 22nd of january, 2013. that right there is a shot of hyannis, mass. it is a cold morning there, 21 degrees. our neighbors to the north are experiencing this morning. here on the plaza, it is a not balmy 22 degrees. i've got to say, i'm so proud of you folks out here, smiling, waving, braving these temperatures. >> it will be worse tomorrow morning. >> oh, great. good thing they're here now. we'll say good morning to them and to all of you. i'm savannah guttihrie along wi matt lauer and al roker and all of you. what will the president say, running a close second, what will the first lady wear? we now have the answer. she was shining in that particular outfit yesterday and then last night we saw her in this beautiful gown from jason wu. coming up, we'll talk to two
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designers who had a lot to do with those looks. awkward social situations. let's say you're out in public with your baby and the baby starts crying uncontrollably. how do you feel when a total stranger comes up to you and offers help to quiet your baby? or you're in a movie theater and a couple comes in, asking you to move over a seat or two, which places you firmly behind a big guy. >> ooh. and we are on the lookout for today's stars of tomorrow. perhaps your child has a hidden talent or perhaps they're a great painter, cook, do whatever, singing. send in their names to we're going to -- send in the videos as well. we're going to pick your favorites and then showcase them right here on "today," as we look for the stars of tomorrow. >> "today's" stars of tomorrow. >> "today's" stars of tomorrow.
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not anybody's stars, "today's" stars of tomorrow. >> juxtaposition. natalie morales is at the news desk. good morning again. >> good morning, savannah, matt and al. good morning, everyone. arctic blast of cold air is forcing everyone to bundle up. bitter windchills pose a health risk to the elderly and homeless. whiteouts were blamed for pileups near grand rapids, michigan. snow could pile up as high as four feet over the next several days. president obama follows a day of inauguration festivities by attending the national prayer service this morning. last night the president and first lady dazzled onlookers as they danced athe two inaugural balls. mrs. obama wore this bold red dress by jason wu, who designed her first inaugural gown. we'll talk to him, as we mentioned, coming up shortly. earlier in the president's address, he offered glimpses of his second term agenda, promised a fight for immigration reform and gay rights and to tackle
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climate change. algeria's prime minister is defending the deadly military raid this weekend that ended a four-day hostage crisis at a desert gas refinery. at least three americans were among the 37 hostages who died in the standoff. seven other americans survived. more than two dozen al qaeda-linked militants were also killed. algerian officials say the kidnappers included two canadian nationals. strongest evidence yet that the former leader of the nation's largest catholic diocese tried to shield pedophile priests. the documents filed as part of a lawsuit indicate that retired los angeles archbishop roger mahoney discussed ways to conceal the molestation from authorities more than a decade before the abuses became public knowledge. play time may look a little dangerous for 3-year-old charlie parker, billed as australia's youngest wildlife ranger e likes
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to rough house with a baby alligator named gump. his dad owns a wildlife park and hopes that charlie will become an ambassador for preservation. photo bombs of the big day are the talk of the web, shot of president bill clinton is going viral as he sneaks a peek at kelly clarkson performing "my country tis of thee" and the first lady's brother, craig robinson, makes a goofy face over his brother-in-law's shoulder. even the obama girls, by the way, got into the fun. sasha's attention to take a cute smooch shot of their parents turned into a an up close shot of malia's mouth. was this something john boehner's wife said to her husband? and what did boehner say?
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and by bringing sexy back for a second term ♪ i'm bringing sexy back that don't know how to act ♪ >> the clip even includes some clips of vice president joe biden telling everyone to get your sexy on. whatever that means. it's 8:01. let's go back outside to al for a check of the weather. >> thanks so much, nat. friends, couple of sweet 16s. what's your name? >> mikayl aand savannah. >> we've got somebody named savannah here. did you know that? let's find out what we've got for you. this is live. rocky river, ohio, streets slushy just to the west of cleveland, ohio. and they're going to be seeing more lake-effect snow over the next 48 hours. here is what we've got for you, as we check out your weather. pick city of the day, just happens to be topeka, kansas. clearing skies.
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western new york, some areas picking up, up to four feet of snow over the next 72 hours. air stagnation alerts continue for the next 72 hours. windy conditions in the alleghenys. plenty of sunshine into the gulf coast and southeast with temperature temperatures anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees below normal. got a lot of friends here from tennesse tennessee. >> they're incredibly warm. >> they're all journalism students. >> i know. >> they're going to take our getting this beautiful shot from san francisco. good morning. looks like an artist took a paint brush and just gave us a fantastic piece of art. we've got cold weather though still. we're going to hit the mid-60s. a couple of 70s, but you'll need your coat for the first part of the day. in san jose, 30 in gilroy and 68
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inland. 65 degrees at the coast. some of your coastal cities like santa cruz slateded to hit 70. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right, mr. roker. the studio has tiurned into design central. we have two designers inside who made quite the splash at the inaugural celebrations. we'll talk to them both right after these messages. new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain. here we go. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing.
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chiffon and velvet gown from jason wu, the same designer who created the gown she wore at the first inaugural. earlier on monday, she flashed her trademark fashion of mixing high fashion with affordable accessories. >> humbling experiences you can't really put into words. proud. she looked beautiful. of course, being a designer, nothing is ever perfect, but she looked as close to perfection as i could have ever wanted. >> plum and periwinkle were the colors of the day. jill biden caused a sensation in white sheath dress and designer coat. >> i knew that a lot of the
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focus of what she was doing today would be outside. and so the coat would get a lot of attention. >> the first lady, shining in a star-studded day as celebrities descended on the nation's capital. from performers kelly clarkson and beyonce to eva longoria and katy perry. but michelle obama shined brightest monday night, wearing designer jason wu for the second time around. and designer jason wu is with us, exclusively, our bell of the ball. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so, take me through this moment. you were at work last night, watching a live stream of the inaugural ball and you're waiting with everyone else to see what she'll wear? >> i know. we just -- weren't sure what time she was going to come on. and we were just sort of watching and then -- no one wanted to take any breaks. we were like glued to the screen and then, of course, started the
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second -- like, wait, can we see it already? >> you had no clue. how it works is that you send a design but you have no clue whether she'll wear it. >> i work closely together with mrs. obama's team on achieving the right fit and right look for the dress. of course, we have no confirmation until the second she comes out. >> you obviously designed the gown in 2009 and now you have a repeat performance, 2013. too bad about term limits. you could have had a third one, too. does it ever get old? >> it never gets old. it's just amazing and it's just -- you know, at the time of designing the dress, both dresses, i just thought about mrs. obama and it's about designer and client to me. we never really think about everything else that comes with it. maybe better for that. and just to sort of realize it's a place in history.
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my work in american history is amazing. >> these are the first images that came to your mind? >> yeah. i really have to go with my instinct and go with what i thought was really going to represent her to the best of my ability. >> have you ever met mrs. obama? >> i have. i have. every -- every bit as lovely as she seems on tv. >> what does it mean to you to know that your gowns will go down in history, they'll be in the smithsonian? >> as a designer and as somebody who moved america to become a designer, i think something quite incredible. i'm still pinching myself to see that's all real. >> no question, something like this happens, it puts you on the map. a lot of people hadn't heard your name four years ago but, boy, have they now. >> it was a tremendous experience and continues to be and now i just want to work harder. >> jason wu, i don't know how you top it but i'm sure you'll find a way at the young age of,
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what, 30? >> i'm 30, yes. >> congratulations to you. here's matt. jenna lyons is executive creative designer for j. crew. good morning. pretty big day for you as well. >> pretty much so. >> i don't get the fact that you don't know this is coming. do you submit these items? >> unlike jason, who gets to know ahead of time, we have the opportunity to see when the rest of the world does. we found out that morning when she left to go to church. >> you're watching tv? >> like the rest of the world. >> for the record, let's understand what j. crew was responsible for. the first lady was wearing alcohol'srys by your label, belt, glove and shoes and malia was wearing a coat and dress by j. crew. >> she was, and gloves and scarf as well. >> first family and first ladies have won a lot of things by your label, what happens acid? what happens the day after at the store? >> obviously, there are people who want to have a taste or part of what she's wearing. most often she's purchased it in previous seasons or has pulled
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it out of her closet. >> people come into the stores and it's not there? >> it's not available. >> do you go out and try to come as closely as possible to duplicating that for the next line? >> i think out of respect for the first family, we don't. we don't necessarily -- the cut that malia was wearing has been in our line for years. we'll continue that but won't do the color again out of respect for the family. and the belt that michelle obama was wearing, that was actually a sash. she fashioned it into a belt. she did her own thing with that and out of respect for her we won't do that. >> the girls sense of style over the years, how do you think it's evolved? >> interestingly enough we've had the opportunity to watch the girls grow up, gotten more sophisticated, no longer wearing crew cuts but big people j. crew. malia is almost as tall as her mom. for michelle, i feel like she
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has come into her own. we've really come to expect a level of sophistication. she loves the silhouette, more a-line on bottom and i think she has decided that's her look and stick to it. >> you're breathing rarefied air. they call you the woman who dresses america. it comes with a lot of pressure, doesn't it, as well? now everybody wants to knock you off that pedestal. >> oh, i'm sure it will happen. >> do you feel that, though? >> i think i feel a sense of responsibility to make feempeople feel good and look good. for me the reason i like to make clothes is that i want everyone, not just people who have a really big pocketbook, but for everyone to feel beautiful and feel like they can look in the mirror and say i look good. that's the reason i do t whether it be a pedestal or not, i feel incredibly humble to be
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to survive the quirks, quandaries of today." we're going to give you scenarios and you'll give us your take and also what your readers are saying about these topics as well. my husband and i have nine grandchildren ranging in age from 10 to 22. we live at a distance. every year we send each of them christmas and birthday gifts. we love shopping for them and try to choose things they'll enjoy. but we never hear a peep back, not a single thank you, ever. it's as if the gifts disappear into a black hole but isn't commanding thanks. awkward. >> i'm thinking when i see this letter, batting zero for nine is like a terrible average. i write back to -- i answer the woman, the grandmother and say, okay, why don't you call the older grandchildren and call the parents of the younger grandchildren and say, you know,
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it would be really nice if i could hear when you get the gifts and how the kids liked them and i thought that was pretty, you know, middle of the road. do you feel differently? >> no, no. i think it's unacceptable that they don't write any thank you notes. >> wait till you hear what my readers had to say. >> what did the older ones say? >> the grandmothers and the grandfathers were so -- they were wiley coyotes. send an unsigned check. send a gift box with nothing in it. if they want the present, they'll get in touch. >> wow! >> what did the younger readers say? >> the younger readers were things like stamps? i've never even seen a stamp in nye life or the best one was, if i have to write a thank you note, i would really just rather not get the gift. >> that's terrible. >> that's awful. >> i think we're in a generational shift. >> parents raise their kids to write thank you notes and you
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would think that those kids would then have their kids do it. >> you would think, but apparently not. i would have been beheaded. but i'll tell you, there is -- so i'm thinking, well, what do we do to get to a place where everybody can be middle ground? where we can all be happy. maybe you start really young with the kids and you heap praise on them or you explain how good you're going to make somebody feel, nana is going to feel when she gets this note from you. maybe, i think, this is where we're really going. maybe a thank you phone call or thank you e-mail. >> at a minimum. second social quandary. someone wrote in my youngest child is three months old and cries much more thn my young two children did. she is often fussy when we return errands but it is not always possible to pick her up. still, some people offer advice about how to quiet her or try to
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keep her quiet by cooing at her or putting her binky in her mouth. >> hear a baby crying, it hurts you a little bit. so i say to the mother, when people come up to you and offer you advice, just smile and say she's colicky. but then, unfortunately, i stepped in it and said if you're in a small space and the baby howling for more than a minute, maybe it's time for you to rethink your to-do list and pick the baby up if that's going to quiet her or maybe take them outside. >> so what was your reaction? >> whoa, whoa. the young mommies are no big fans of mine this week. they are saying, why are you so hateful and anti-baby? kids make noise. get used to it. >> i think you're right. >> see, this is why i love you folks. >> on the flip side did you get a different reaction from other
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folks? >> yes. and, most, again -- it was a generational thing, mostly from people who already raised kids who say i would no more subject people to minutes of howling or why are these young parents feeling so entitled? >> you have a hard job, philip. that's what i take away from it. coming up, giada is cooking for cold winter days like this.
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the teens ranging in age from 13 to 16 were shot last night around 6:00. near a home on bretton drive. they were standing on a sidewalk when three people drove by and opened fire. all four teens have serious injuries. they have not releaseded a motive or suspect descriptions. mike is checking the commute in san jose with a couple of problems. >> this is right here, 288 interchange here. the problem for 280 is a slowdown. 880, there is a crash. the map shows you coming up from highway 17 approaching that. there is that crash clearing to the shoulder and in north 280,
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still lanes there. there's your northbound jam and the rest of the south bay. south 101, crash clearing and trouble 880 south. back to you. >> traffic tuesday. thank you, mike. back at 8:56 with our next news and weather update. we will see you then. [ fingers tapping ]
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we're back now, 8:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the 22nd day of january, 2013. you know what? it's a chilly morning here in the northeast. about 22 degrees. but breezy. so with the windchill it's about 9 degrees, or it feels like about 9 degrees. >> is that a flurry, al? >> yeah, it looked like it. >> just a bit. we've got more coming friday. >> any accumulation or -- out on the plaza, i'm matt lauer, along with savannah guthrie, natalie morales and mr. al roker. and coming up, what is your e-mail inbox look like? >> it's a mess. i have like 40,000 messages. >> unopened? >> no, they're opened.
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>> a lot of people don't open messages. >> no. >> and they just sit there. >> drives me nuts. >> if you're the type that leaves them sitting there or you click on them immediately, but then fames to respond to them, we're going to tell you what that says about your personality. >> all right. and then the battle of the sexes, as we know, can be fought on many fronts. what about the home front? designer on a dime expert susanna faulk is here. how we can combine that man cave aesthetic, if that's not an oxymoron, with the feminine look. >> no florals. >> you're not into florals? >> no chintz. >> exactly. giada de laurentiis is here. she has meals to help you beat the winter blues and will show us how to make them. >> after we eat that hearardy m, we'll test your fitness, fact
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versus myth. before we go any further, can we bring in the young and talented meredith vieira? >> young and talented? >> who is coming to join hoda in the fourth hour. >> have we seen that hoda is not here? >> yeah, what happened? >> hoda is inside. no, she's actually doing another show right now. >> another show? >> always working. >> we've got another show? >> we have a good show. >> who's on it? >> i have no idea. andy cohen, celebrity buzz. >> watch what's happening live. >> yes. he was buzzed last night apparently with hoda. >> wait a minute. i thought it was dry month. >> it's dry month here. >> you can go out and drink? >> i think you can go out and drink. >> it was dry month when you said yes to fill in on "today"? >> i'm on the cleanse. so i'm really dry. >> great. >> it's going to be very good. it's going to be a good show. >> fantastic. >> a little kindness. >> to hear more about meredith's cleanse, join us for our fourth
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hour of the "today" show in just a little while. >> you need a cleanse. >> you need a cleanse, all right. >> meanwhile, mr. roker has a check of the weather. >> all right. let's see what we've got for you. starting off for today, snow showers. a real mess in the northwest. making its way in. air stagnation alerts. our computer is stuck. come on, babe! come on. there you go. lake-effect snow showers around the great lakes. it's going to be a big problem as we move into tomorrow and the next day. high surf advisories. midweek period, snow squalls around the great lakes. southwest, above normal. it will be wet along the pacific northwest coast. rain in the southeast in the later part of the week. look for below-normal temperatures and more snow in the northeast, great lakes and new england, above normal temperatures in th 8:34 now on a tuesday morning. beautiful start to the day over san francisco.
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highs are going to be unseasonably warm. 69 in gilroy. tomorrow, our temperatures tumble, so enjoy the warmth while it lasts. we could be in the 50s and low 60s for a couple of weeks. enjoy it. 68 degrees inland today. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up next, what your e-mail inbox says about your personality right after this. first this is "today" on nbc. so... [ gasps ]
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we're back now at 8:36 with a question. how many unread e-mails do you have in your inbox? the answer could say something about you and your personality. "today" national correspondent jenna wolfe is here to explain that. good news or bad news? >> it depends on how tidy you keep your inbox.
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we'll find out in a second. when e-mail appears in that inbox, what do you do? do you let it sit there? maybe you're like me, incapable of letting it sit there, incapable of doing anything else until you open it. either way, what our inboxes look like says a lot about what our personalities look like, too. there it is, that newly bolded font, that parenthetical number, that sealed little envelope. to some an unread e-mail is no big deal. but for others like me, it must die. maybe i have a problem. or maybe it's just my personality. there is a correlation between the way your inbox is kept and the kind of person you are, am i correct? >> yes, there is a correlation. how you are in your inner life is a reflection of how you do things in your outer life. >> let's take a couple of examples. editor for the new yorker, details are her job. >> basically everything between the covers is my realm every week. and so i know every last detail
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about every last piece. >> reporter: she also recently wrote about her quest to keep a completely pristine inbox. >> immediate visceral reaction like oh, my gosh, i want to know what it says and what i have to do about it. >> reporter: why wie kind of personality does this, according to the good doctor? >> might be a little more tight in the way they approach their life, so everything has to be in its place and the inbox, being a place. their closets are probably neat, their car is probably neat. >> it's so dorky to say but i've always loved cleaning my room. >> reporter: how about somebody who keeps a more robust e-mail count? >> somebody who is perhaps overextended, tends to be more expansive, doesn't focus on as much of the detail of life but has a bigger picture focus, they are focused more on the forest as opposed to the trees. >> some would say like our executive producer, john nash. a big picture guy who, when we barged into his office, had 167
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unread e-mails. >> if i look over here, can i -- you have three of them just from me that are unread. >> you're actually in my junk file. >> how can you sit with yourself, knowing that you have unread e-mails that are piling up in your inbox? >> constantly feel guilt by it. my goal every night is to go to bed with having gone through all the e-mails of today. >> and how many days have you ever done that in your life? >> twice. >> reporter: e-mail etiquette is something else. there's always one splinter in the group. half of the question in the subject line, the other half in the body. >> i want you to open the e-mail. it gives you a little teaser in the subject line and finish the sentence in the e-mail. it seems to work. >> it does. i've opened every single one of your e-mails. could be worse like not writing in the subject at all.
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>> i can't stand if people leave lines blank. when people start replying, you get the re, re: and you don't even know what it's about anymore. >> maybe those people save all the talking for their signature like my colleague, tom llamas. >> he has his title, his twitter address, work address, where exactly he is located, what he likes to do during the summer. i mean, every single e-mail to me. i said, tom, you're taking up my whole inbox. >> he wants everyone to know who he is. >> clearly. tom! >> i'm sort of a big deal, jenna. deal with it. >> oh, i'll deal with it, and probably soon. after all, i do like to keep a very tidy inbox. so i'm a zero kind of girl. it has to be zero all the time. without even knowing, you strike me as a zero kind of guy. i mean that in the nicest way. >> it would drive me crazy if there's an unopened e-mail. even if i briefly read it and do
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nothing about it, i have to have it open. >> so there is a correlation. and if you didn't have a cold matt, i would be sitting so much closer to you right now. >> i know you would. sorry about that. tom llamas, too much information. >> i know. the sneaker, little too much. >> too much. giada's comfort foods. could use some right now. perk you up in the middle of the could use some right now. perk you up in the middle of the ♪ ♪
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>> i thought savannah could handle it. >> are you crazy? >> i'll do my pepper area. >> pork tenderloin with a honey mustard glaze. >> correct. >> honey is good for you why? >> it boosts your immune system and gives you energy. >> mustard, is there an advantage to mustard? >> there actually is. it helps with aches and pains. make a paste out of it, rub it on your sore muscles. >> you are making that up sh. >> i am not. >> you like pork as opposed to chicken? >> nice alternative. i look for tenderloin because really, truly, you can't mess it up. you brown these pork tenderloins, pound each in the pan, get a nice, golden color. >> whoa! and you drop it on your co-host over here. >> sorry, it slipped. put it in the oven at 400 degrees for 30 minute until it's nice and tender inside. >> okay. >> and then what you do is in the same pan, we'll lower the heat a little bit so you don't get covered. start with a little bit of honey. go ahead and do that.
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dump it all in there with shallots. little garlic, shallots, honey, mustard, red wine vinegar, couple of tablespoons and a little bit of white wine. we're basically going to cook this down for a couple of minutes until it thickens slightly. you get sort of a sweet and tangy sauce. which i happen to love. you finish it with a little bit of thyme. and then just a tablespoon of butter. just a tablespoon. >> get over to my pepper. >> there you go. i will put that on. you go with peppers. >> why are peppers healthy? >> you said yuck to stuffed peppers. i took offense only because i know people grew up with stuffed peppers and these were gross, but these are better. >> not as exciting as pork. >> look at the colors of peppers. >> they're beautiful. >> you cut the top off. have you ever done this before? >> no. >> you cut the top off.
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cut them in half, deseed them. did you know that peppers were fruit? >> not until i read it in your note. >> they're fruits. so i like to use these colorful ones as opposed to the green because they're sweeter. here you go. jar of tomato sauce. jar of your favorite jarred tomato sauce. >> great. >> we're going to add a little tofu which, by the way, is a great alternative. >> we only have a minute and a half. we have to be quick about this. >> go, go. dump that in there. olives, black and green, capers and eggplant roasted. >> great. >> cook it, stuff it, bye-bye. >> egg glsplant has a compound that will keep you health and actually helps you lose weight. >> comfort food. sausage. >> fennel good for you. >> very good for you, al. >> sausage? >> comfort food. >> chicken. >> really good to help
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digestion. >> okay. >> roast the fennel. if you like licorice, you're going to love this. >> al isn't a big fennel fan. >> with sausage, you will be. >> obviously. >> that's why i put them together. >> with savannah and al, picky eaters, seriously. >> wow! >> already cooked. >> parmesan cheese, parsley. you are done. >> that's it. >> three different dishes. >> smells terrific. >> back to your peppers. >> i throw this in here and then what, bake it? >> no. top it with almonds and parmesan cheese, sprinkle on top. under the broiler. >> that's beautiful except for the tofu, giada. give me a break on that one. >> it tastes good in this. >> taste it, please. >> i will. >> thank you, giada. up next, if you like -- frilly and dark, what can you do? decor that couples can agree on.
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>> good morning. >> sometimes people do fight over this. >> i know. it's a little tricky, but there are ways to compromise, which is what relationships are all about. no one room should have one style anyway. it's more interesting to be ecclectic. >> you have some general dos and don'ts. >> yes. before you go out and do anything, look through magazines together. tag what you like, both of you. no matter what. there may be commonality there. you both might like tradition more than you thought or blue more than you thought. don't go right out and shop or it will get ugly. >> exactly. >> you kind of have to know what you can agree on first. >> you're going to give us examples. you start with this arm chair. he wants a barcolounger -- >> and i'm not suggesting that these two examples replace those kind of chairs. but they are compromise. paisley, traditional men's
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pattern. it strives between masculine and feminine. orange is a great color that both men and women -- >> like a neutral. >> it's kind of a neutral. they paired it on an industrial shape and material and so, again, it kind of straddles both worlds. >> let's talk about this decor. >> it's graphic, bold, has a romantic message, i am absolutely, totally crazy in love with you. >> that's kind of girly. >> but if you look at the black frame, black lettering, it has some oomph. i'm trying to compromise here, savannah, straddle both worlds. >> i love this. it's masculine, browns and creams. but if you mixed in some gold or some yellow on the she world kind of things, you can get it kind of glam. it's starting with a foundation and adding in different elements. >> now the bedroom. this is one people probably fight over the comforter a lot.
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>> men like a romantic bedroom more than people give them credit for. but the sheets, don't go boring gray or frilly, frilly girl. this is from world market. this is kind of both. it has a bold pattern that's kind of feminine, but the colors are girli and soft. >> i got ruffles here, suzanne. >> don't use the ruffles. put some gray pillowcases with this. >> okay. next the table. >> from crate and barrel, it's like a neutral. it's soft. it has that great gray but a little bit of a feminine, interesting shape. so pairing color with a shape together you can get both. >> if you want to jazz it up, put it with a bright colored glass. >> or gold charger underneath. mixing and matching. these pillows would look great in a man cave. they're also very glamorous. from home goods. they're so inexpensive. i just love them. i love the way they're not
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circular and frilly. they're kind of long and oomph. >> this lamp hits that sweet spot, too. >> perfectly. exactly. you have a basic shade. you can get crazy on that. that green glass can kind of be masculine. it has those feminine touches. perfect, and so affordable. >> last, but not least, this is what, a snakeskin looking wall pattern? >> this could be rock starrish or girly. i love this for either side of the bedroom. i wanted to end on a chandelier. honey, we're getting a chandelier today. this one is super masculine. but look at the little touches of femininity on the shades, that yellow. it kind of has both things going on. just beautiful. >> very well, miss suzanne salk. >> thank you. i try. >> thank you, savannah. the president's second inaugural and what the future may hold for the first daughters. first the sights and sounds of monday's big day in washington.
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♪ >> take a look at the crowds that are now building. >> inauguration, the more it is like a block party. >> excitement builds here in washington. >> a record crowd for a second inaugural. >> making his way down toward us right now. >> here come the -- >> hey, how are you all? >> something magical, something captivating about this moment. >> the first lady of the united states. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states. >> welcome to the capitol and to this celebration of our great democracy. >> i will bear -- >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear. >> that i will execute. >> that i will execute.
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>> the office of the president of the united states. ♪ america >> my fellow americans, we are made for this moment and we will see that so long as we seize this together. ♪ and bright stars >> mr. president! mr. president! how's it going? is the weather good? do you like the -- is that fantastic? all right. mr. vice president! come on. i'm done! ♪ he's the president and he's on fire ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, my better half, and my dance partner, michelle obama. ♪ i'm so in love with you
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♪ let's stay together some lucky niners fans already know if they have tickets to the super bowl. they sent e-mails to ticketholders this morning telling them they're eligible to buy super bowl tickets. every season's ticketholder was entered into a random drawing. the team says they will not sell any individual tickets. some changes coming in the forecast. >> good morning. this is the last one. 68 degrees. bay side, about 67 degrees and 65 at the coast. none the less, it's going to be
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of "today" on this tuesday morning, the 22nd day of january, 2013. man, it is a cold morning here in the heart of new york city. >> and tomorrow. >> how much worse could it get? >> you just wait. >> what's the windchillight now? >> like zero. >> it's winter. >> that's right. >> it's january 22nd. >> okay. >> there she is. i'm willie geist, along with savannah guthrie, al roker and natalie morales. talk at the water cooler, what mrs. obama was wearing at the inaugural events yesterday. >> that's right. the first lady and her daughters had those carefully chosen outfits. stunning in the ruby red jason wu gown at the balls last night. we talked to him. >> also the obama girls. they wowed everyone as well. sasha and malia, growing up right before our very eyes. what will the next four years be like for them and their parents when it comes to issues that all
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young teens -- yes, they're teens now -- face. we'll get into that. >> strength training versus cardio. natalie, willie and i will be put to the test when it comes to separating myth from fact. time for "today's" take three. where else could we possibly start from take one except withal's exclusive -- yes, we're calling it exclusive, with the president of the united states. this was a fantastic moment yesterday. in case you missed it, here is al roker along the parade route yesterda yesterday. >> strong thumb's up. the best we can hope for at this point. >> mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! mr. president! how's it going? is the weather good? is it fantastic? all right. >> wow! >> that's huge. >> there you have it, the first interview with the newly reinaugurated 44th president of
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the united states. wow! >> al, tell us about that moment. you had a similar moment in 2009. but he saw you. >> yeah. >> locked eyes. >> i had help from my producer, tori duncan, who was waving. he did it again. he came and kind of responded to me, which was, i thought, awfully nice, given -- he has a few things on his mind, i'm sure. >> couple of things. >> he hears an annoying voice. >> i was going to say, what's your secret? yelling very loud. >> be very annoying. >> but it gets better. then with the vice president you had a great moment, too. >> al was not finished. watch this. >> mr. vice president, hey, how are you doing? come on, come say -- come on. that's it. yes! >> wow! wow. >> i'm done! >> that was, indeed, al, a drop
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the mike moment. >> well, i've got to tell you, i so enjoy -- acknowledged by the president is a thrill in itself, but joe biden has such a love of life. and you can tell how much he was enjoying himself. >> look at his face, yeah. >> really, all caution thrown to the wind to come over and take a shot at shaking my hand. >> al, i think you were a trending topic on twitter after that. i was looking at the internet at that point. the twitter feed just blew up. >> actually, i owe props to willard scott, because he set the bar back in 1988 during the inaugural parade, the first lady, barbara bush, gets out and runs over and plants one on uncle willy. that, my friends, is how it's done. >> were you expecting a kiss from joe bide snen. >> i was hoping for t he wanted to lean in, but, you know seriously, i kept thinking my parents would have been so thrilled to be acknowledged by the president, to shake the vice president's hand on martin
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luther king jr. day, you know, a kid from queens. that's what this country is all about. >> what did your kids think about? >> my daughter, lilo, was completely embarrassed, my son, nicky, thought it was cool and my daughter didn't know, because she was working. >> how deeply this has penetrated i got home this morning and my daughter said, this is a quote from her, i heerd al roker say mr. president! mr. president! that's how big it is. >> hopefully, i'll hang in until 2016 to see what happens. >> very cool moment. also we were out on the parade route, a lot of us were, yesterday. some of our favorite moments. i was about halfway down the route from the capitol to the white house and a moment that really grabbed me from where i was sitting was a father had brought his 6-year-old daughter, and they stood out there from 6:30 on. she fell asleep several times.
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they were a few rows back. as the president approached, the crowd -- these were perfect strangers, began to pass her forward saying she ought to see this. and they put her right up on the front railing there. and she saw the president go by and she sort of made eye contact with him. she waited out there for 10 hours, gotten in a few naps. she was tired, she was hungry, but she got to see the president. it was a very moving moment. >> we love that bond in the crowd, people looking out, making sure you got that prime viewing. >> it's a patriotic day, no matter what your political perfect situation. the best of american traditions and things that we've been doing. it kind of cuts across the ages. >> so much history as you all were talking on the air. i feel like we all learned so much about democracy in our country. >> one thing we get to do, of course, we get a glimpse of the first children. we don't get to emalmalia and s all that often. i love when malia photo bombed her parents. sasha trying to take a picture,
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i think and malia gets right in the way. it's a very sisterly thing to do. >> i love that. i love that. >> being along the parade route, because i couldn't see what was going on, i could just hear. one of my favorite moments was when you could hear beyonce sing "the star spangled banner," and i think everybody -- there was a hush over the crowd where we were. when she hit those notes, it gave me chills. just unbelievable. i never heard a more beautiful rendition of "the star spangled banner." >> an incredibly tough song to sing and in those conditions. >> producer joe michaels was talking to her. >> beyonce finished the song, she went back to jay-z and apparently she was coughing, and had a fit of the coughs and he gave her cough drops and so a photographer said i don't think she was feeling all that great yesterday. >> sounded beautiful. >> if only we could have days like that.
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>> kelly clarkson was great, too. >> and james taylor, who we love -- spent time in the studio with you guys. he was so sweet. >> for me, again, the day being very special. i guess when president obama was sworn in, using the lincoln bible and dr. king's traveling bible. he said it was a privilege to be sworn in, using the bible and he actually -- the king family asked him to autograph it. he and chief justice roberts inscribed the bible at the request of the family. >> that's amazing. >> yeah. >> that was a beautiful moment there. and, obviously, great significance to president obama. not just that he was inaugurated for a second term, but doing it on that day meant a lot to him. meant a lot to people in the crowd. we move then into the evening portion. this is where the fashion really gets hot. first lady in red. you just talked to jason wu a couple of minutes ago. also designed the first lady's 2009 inaugural gown. did we like the gown? >> i loved it. red on her is her color. she looks stunning.
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in anything. she would look great with a paper bag on, frankly, but -- >> he said he was really shocked because, of course, he did the 2009 gown. as a designer, you're thinking she'll probably branch out. what are the chances she picks it again? he did design a dress custom made for her. he is really a sweet guy, very humble. he couldn't bear to think about the fact that it has historical significance or he would be paralyzed and couldn't finish the dress. he was really excited. >> getting serenaded by jennifer hudson "let's stay together," al green. >> the president looking very spiffy. i like the white bow tie. >> i liked the way the first lady looked during the day, too. >> thom browne jacket. >> and j. crew mixed in for good measure. >> i know. how about a quick check of the headlines? >> let's get to our news this morning. blast of arctic cold is forcing people to bundle up from the midwest to new england. windchills also pose a health
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hazard to the elderly and homeless. car pile-ups in grand rapids, michigan. and lake-effect snow could piem up as much as four feet over the next several days. algeria's prime minister is defending the deadly military raid this weekend that ended a four-day hostage crisis at a desert refinery. three americans were among the hostages who died in the standoff. seven other americans survived. more than two dozen al qaeda-linked militants were also killed. algerian officials said the kidnappers including two canadian nationals. national high school graduation rate is now the highest it has been since 1976. u.s. education department says it takes more than the standard four years for more than 20% of students to finish and get their diplomas. officials credit the rise in the graduation rate to the stiff competition for limited jobs. terrifying moments in the sky after a southwest airlines flight was forced to abort take-off at denver international
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airport with 142 people on board. warning light in the cockpit caused the pilot to stop the plane abruptly, causing the brakes to overheat and three tires to blow. passengers were safely evacuated from the plane. florida wildlife officials are investigating how a pair of pet lemurs escaped from their cage monday in miami beach. police say one of the animals scratched a little girl on the face. she was treated at the scene. officers captured one lemur after it jumped on to a patrol car. the other fuchlt rry fugitive was apparently caught by the owner who said he had a permit for the animals. you can lead a horse to water. if you're a dog, it may not be that easy. obviously, this dog thinks he's the boss, but the horse, not so sure about that. come on. let's go. this way. he's not having any of it. there's got to be a story behind how -- >> i don't know. >> the dog with the leash on the horse. >> these two have a history, i
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can tell. >> best of friends. >> all right. you guys are up-to-date for now. >> all right, natalie. >> roker, though, has a check of the weather. >> dog was asked if he has a permit for the horse. >> you got a permit for those lemurs. >> lemurs? >> i know. maybe it's king julian. anyway, let's check your weather. big lake-effect snows over the next 72 hours, arctic express, bitterly cold air. lakes are free of ice. they pick up all that moisture and the air cools off once it gets over the lakes. we have lake-effect snow watches and warnings, stretching from michigan all the way into upstate new york. snowfall amounts, we're talking generally about three to six inches. the leeward side of the eastern great lakes from erie to oswego. some areas could pick up, the next 72 hours, up to three four feet of snow. three to four feet of snow.
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well, we are expecting three to four hundredths of an inch of rain. highs are going to ramp up into the upper 60s. inland today, 68 degrees. and 65 at the coast. this is our last day of the warming trend. as of tomorrow, the rain moves in. mostly for the second half of the day. thursday, a nice, dry, mild day before the rain returns friday into the upcoming weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. >> four feet. four feet of snow. all right, al. thanks. up next, setting the record straight when it comes to fitness. we're getting in on the action. we'll play a game to see -- not that kind of action. >> nice. >> hey now! day. now you can do it with dinner. introducing land o'lakes® sauté express®.
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>> announcer: "today's" health is brought to you by ankkellogg special k products. >> this morning on "today's" health, busting some fitness myths. we'll help you get healthy and in shape for the new year. we'll see how much we know with a little friendly competition. jen aytor is with women's health. >> we'll get right into it. no cheating. no looking at cards. just pick fact/myth. >> got it. >> morning is the best time to work out. >> al gets this one. it seems like it would be true because it's most convenient time. studies actually show that late afternoon your muscle strength peaks. >> good to know. work out in the afternoon. >> cardio burns more calories than strength training. all right. you all get it.
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it's actually right. it kind of seems like cardio takes the cake on this. strength training boosts your metabolism, 36 hours after you work out. >> we're wasting all that time on the treadmill? >> exactly. lifting weights, more bang for your buck. combine the two. you can reduce cellulite through exercise. this is actually a fact. >> the appearance of cellulite, right? >> it's largely by genetics. there's nothing you can do to prevent it, but you can reduce the appearance. >> it's a trick question. >> little tricky. that's what we're all about. crunches are one of the best ways to target your abs. that's right. can't stump you guys. a lot of people think targets do target your abs but strain your neck, back. stability exercises, planks, side planks are much more.
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>> core exercises? >> hitting the entire core not just the six-pack muscle. >> the only way you get that really is watching what you eat as well. >> watching what you eat, yeah. lifting weights quickly increases your overall burn. >> al knows, it's a slow burn. >> a lot of people think i'm going to bang through these exercises. you it rely more on momentum than muscle strength. slowing it down, make sure you're doing it correctly really creates more muscles. >> al is a big advocate of that. >> stretch before you run. this is a myth. always stretch before you run, but our recent reviews shows that there's no evidence that it actually prevents injury. warm up a little bit, then save the stretching for after. >> is that just with running or work i working out? >> all exercise. >> really? >> yeah. >> but you do want to do more of a warm-up, active warm-up. >> type of movements you're going to do in that workout.
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>> okay, good. >> you burn yore calories during hot weather workouts. this is actually a fact. >> is it? >> yeah. you burn a few extra calories because your heart has to work harder to get objectixygen to y muscles and keep your body temperature. >> i thought it would be the opposite because when you're cold -- >> exactly. you kind of get the two extremes but you get extra in hotter weather. exercise makes you smarter. this is a fact, yes. it immediately increases your ability to learn. you get bonus points, extra burn for complicated exercises in sports like soccer and tennis. >> and do hmath while you're -- >> exactly, complicated questions. >> how does it make you smarter? >> things that turn on your brain chemistry -- >> you need to work out more. >> -- it sends different sensors to different parts of your brain, neurons and -- do we have the final score? >> we don't know.
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>> who won? >> this wonderful basket. >> we share. >> we'll share. >> yoga mat, i need a new yoga mat. >> that's a handsome -- >> we're excited about the gift bag. thank you, jen, so much. we learned a lot. coming up next, first daughters, malia and sasha obama, four years later. first these messages. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] take the special k challenge. lose up to six pounds in two weeks. with the cereal you love... and so much more. what will you gain when you lose? and so much more. it's bare perfection for your skin. l'oreal's magic bb cream. beautifying beads self-adjust on contact.
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still to come on "today," the obama women, michelle, malia and sasha. their fashion style and growing up in the white house. if you're home in bed fighting off the flu, the best foods and drinks to help you feel better and recover faster. >> including just sitting there, watching this program. and then your local news and weather. don't you feel better now? i moved here from russia and i gained weight because the portions were much larger. and i just felt like i needed to eat it all because it was so yummy. weight watchers online worked for me because it lets me live my life. i can still go out with my friends.
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good morning. three suspects are now under arrest, accused of kidnapping a man from his home at gunpoint in the north bay. petaluma police say they spotted the victim on 6th street yesterday. they found the victim inside the car and a handgun and meth. the suspects are being held on $5 million bail. in hayward, investigators say four or five people managed to drive off with at least a dozen high-end cars from the world auto car dealership. so far, just one of those high luxury vehicles have been recovered. investigators say the cars taken are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. after the break, we will take a look at the forecast and check those roads.
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welcome back. the time is 9:28. beautiful sky overhead.
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these clouds are going to keep us more on the mild side and rain on the way tomorrow, so enjoy the dry conditions while they last. still cold enough for a heavy coat. santa rosa, 34 and 42 in san jose. area of low pressure arrives tonight. this is really going to take your temperatures down, so you want to really embrace the day. cool conditions as of tomorrow and showers expected over the greater bay area between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., then we're going to start to clear you out for the second half of your wednesday into thursday with more rain in the near future, so enjoy today's highs. 67 in los gatos and 69 degrees, comfortable conditions today in santa cruz, now, we are in the heart of your morning drive. >> christina talked about santa cruz. to the right of your screen heading south. that's okay. it's northbound 280 through the area where you see all the cars.
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the map shows you the same situation on the areas in san jose. where did i put the map? there we go. with the red north, north 85 still slow into -- there's 880 with a little jam up north of the coliseum, but no accidents. back the you. >> we'll be back with our next update at 9:56. we'll see you then. you gonna be dead?
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>> no. >> you gonna leave me alone? >> no, i ain't gonna leave you alone. >> because if you be gone, i be gone, too. >> that's not how it works. >> that is the youngest oscar nominee, ever, quvenzhane wallis, 7 years old when she auditioned. she is 9 now. she is quite the young lady. >> she is. and such a sparkling personal y personality. very different from the movie. >> absolutely. i'm al roker, along with willie geist and natalie morales. from the hit series "necessary roughness" actress cali thorn is here. >> we'll check in with her in a bit. the first lady, quite the fashionista. women across america are trying to get her style. how her fashion has changed over the last four years and what we can look forward to the next
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four years. and also what is it going to be like for the obama daughters? we'll get into that as the girls are entering their teen years. flu season in full swing right now, hitting a lot of people really hard. there are certain foods you can include in your diet to help fight the flu, it turns out, and help you feel better faster. first, al, a quick check of the weather. >> we look ahead for today, more lake-effect snow, eastern great lakes especially. arctic air, covering the eastern third of the country. high surf advisories along the southern california coast. air stagnation alerts continue in the pacific northwest. and for tomorrow, big system coming in will get rid of that air stagnation, but bring in a lot of rain, mountain snows, more lake-effect snow in the eastern and central great lakes. look for mild weather in the midsection of the country. it will be cold from the midatlantic states, southeast, on up into the great lakes. 9:32. got a great looking day shaping
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up. you can see just a few high, wispy clouds. the warming trend ends today. 69 in gilroy. 67 in los gatos. 54 for san francisco. tomorrow, we lose all that warmth. mostly expecting the showers for the second half of your wednesday and then another round friday. hope you have a fantastic day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you. coming up next on the hit usa series "necessary roughness," actress cali thorn is here to tell us what's happening this season right after this. when you're at the corner of "i'm a new parent" and "i have no idea what i'm doing," you need a hand. well, walgreens is innovating to help. by making prescription refills this easy. and we're bringing our pharmacists out front to answer your questions. at walgreens, we'll do more than help you get well. we'll help you stay well and live well.
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completely stupid. >> no, monumentally stupid. >> monumentally stupid. >> callie thorn joins us this morning. happy to see you. >> happy to see you. >> we'll deal with your son and his weed problem in a moment. >> okay. >> you were nominated for a golden globe last year, huge success. picked up for a third season now. you had to be a little patient in your career. you had to have some faith in yourself. you said in the early 1990s you thought about getting out of the business all together. >> i absolutely did. i was really -- in the '90s, i was the cliche actress/waitress/dog walker, you know, all of it. i was very lonely. i was very hungry. i was eating mcdonald's like $2 specials every day. and i thought, oh, my god, i think i made a serious mistake, even though i loved what i was doing. i was confused and my mother, who is a very gifted
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astrologier, did my chart and she was saying if you can hold out and if you can keep your will, everything is going to change in your favor. and long story short, it did. and in a very small period of time, i got an agent and i did a play and a movie. though i wasn't making any money, it really brought me to realize that i was in the right path. >> you've been rewarded now with the success of this show. we saw some of the problems you have at home. now apparently this season things get even more interesting at work with a bit of a love triangle, is that right? >> yes. there's a love triangle. it's at work. it's at home. and it's something that i think the audience really -- there's a lot of team nico and team matt, which i love. i like old school love triangles. it's a classic thing that audiences dig as well. >> what's the training for a role like this? more studying psychotherapists, the world of sports or a little
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combination? >> a combination, but mostly it was really getting to know the woman that the role is actually inspired by. and especially during the first season, i got to spend a lot of time with her. and it was sort of learning about her energy. i wanted the show to be more about her spirit than it was about like wearing my hair and long nails and all of that, because she is very long island and incredibly gorgeous and really cool, but i wanted the spirit of her. so it was more researching her. >> before i let you go, i have to ask you about manti te'o, given that the character you play is a psychotherapist. there may be nfl teams asking people like you for advice in drafting him. >> well, i wish that manti had come to see me sooner. but i also think, as dr. dan da would, i'm sure -- i do believe he is the victim and in his gut somewhere along he knew
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something was weird and i'm very much a believer of following your gut. you know, you know sometimes, your intuition is telling you something and you have to follow that. >> good advice from dr. dani. callie thorn, good to meet you. >> same to you. >> congratulations on the success of the show. >> thank you. >> you can catch her in "necessary roughness" tomorrow at 10:00 on our sister station usa network. the fashion world weighs in on the first lady's inaugural style. that's right after this. new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain.
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last night's presidential inauguration has the whole world buzzing about the first family, especially the women. what will the next four years be like for malia and sasha? from harper bazaar, kelly wallace. let's break down some of the fashions, avril, that we saw, starting off with this beautiful red gown from jason wu. second time she's worn jason wu at an inaugural ball. jason, we heard him earlier say, he was shocked that she chose once again to wear his design. does it shock the fashion world as much? >> it totally shocked the
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fashion world. why should it shock us? it's a comfort zone. he dresses her beautifully. he has that key look that we all know and love, the white gown, hugely successful the first time around. and this great puff of color from last night. he was as surprised as everyone else. i think with her shocking choice of thom browne for the daytime look -- >> a men's wear designer that not a lot of people new. >> honestly he is very sort of insider in a way. i think that was a huge, huge hit. and the idea of accessorizing that with that little belt, which is her signature item. she loved the belt. >> from j. crew. >> a look that did not crease, looked fabulous all throughout the whole day, from the church service right to the very end. fabulous choices both times. >> what does it do for a designer like thom browne who perhaps didn't get as much attention before this, all of a sudden be on that fashion radar? >> it's very interesting. this, again, shows her
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intellectual in choosing these designers. we never would have thought this was the case. an out fit that worked really well. it just had that mens wear tailoring touch. it will propel him. from a slightly edgier designer, in many ways. >> edgy bangs. it's going to be great. >> hairdo worked perfect. softer, face framing look for the jason wu gown. stunning look. >> you had to be impressed, be we all were, with sasha and malia as well, how beautiful they looked but also how well poised they were. >> everybody keeps talking about it, just how normal they seem. they looked so fabulous, right, of course? when we saw those moments where they were on their phone, taking pictures of mom and dad. we've been lucky. we've had a lot of opportunity to sit around and talk with mrs. obama. the thing that keeps coming away from those conversations is how normal. the kids have sleepovers, they go to the movies. she calls friends, really now, to say how are the girls?
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are they the same? she so much wants to make sure that the white house bubble doesn't change them. by all accounts it doesn't seem as if it has. >> really great parenting. that's obvious as well. we see the girls on their iphones. that brings up the question of how they handle social media. this is something that kids of their age, 14 and 11, are certainly -- that is their new life. they're all about social media. do the obamas allow them to look and participate in facebook? >> no to facebook and no to twitter, purely really on a security issue, about being the white house children. but mrs. obama says they have conversations about it, that the girls are aware everybody has a cell phone, that they can't go off on someone and have a bratty moment. someone can take a picture of that and then that could define them forever. i thought that was amazing. they are acutely aware that they have this public image to uphold. that's pretty daunting, if you think about it, for a 14-year-old and an 11-year-old. >> we are talking about their style as well. they seem to also have their own sense of style, rocking j. crew
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and kate spade. >> yeah. >> and how much more are we going to see these girls really mapping, of course, for young girls everywhere? >> i don't think either parent wants them to be the poster child for fashionista, short skirts, high heels. >> they're relatable because they're high heels not uber brand. >> at the end of the day imagine what it's like buying one prom dress for one teenage girl. can you imagine what it was like to dress two teens for the inauguration? they both looked exquisitely color blended, like no coats were fighting with the other. >> not matchy matchy. >> and malia was slightly more grown up, little bit of tween moment. just perfect, just right. she's blossoming into a really gorgeous-looking teenage girl. >> i think we're all just stunned to see what beautiful young ladies, and how quickly they've grown right before our very eyes. >> absolutely. >> kelly wallace and avril graham, thank you so much. great to have your perspective
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here. foods that fight the flu. first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: "today's" health is brought to you by kleenex brand tissues, softness worth sharing. this morning on "today's" health, what to eat when you've got the flu. whether you're starting to feel the symptoms or not, believe it or not, there are certain foods to help you fight the virus or at least help you recover. madelyn fernstrom is "today's" diet and nutrition editor. nice to see you. >> nice to see you, al. >> first off, very basics. you need to stay hydrated when you're sick like this. >> you have a fever, feel crumby and often you don't feel like eating or drinking anything, but you must drink. the fever, you're sweating and you need to replace these fluids. there's some easy ways to do this. you might think a glass of water is fine. often times that's just plain water, it doesn't give you the salt that you're losing as well. you might want to take some
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fruit slices and put them in water. that doesn't taste -- or sports drink and juice. if it's too acidy, like orange juice, water it down. having this mix of fluids is really important. if you're feeling like a weakling and you can't drink, use this sports bottle and squirt it into your mouth. you may not feel like you need a lot of fluid but you do. >> what about cold versus warm? does a warm drink help? >> it's a personal preference. because there's no rules here. if the warmth makes your stuffy nose feel better, you can hold it up, it's a sense of comfort. the most important thing is to have caffeine free. >> why caffeine free? >> it's a diuretic, makes you go to the bathroom more. stick with caffeine free things. >> chicken soup can't hurt. what about chicken soup? >> chicken soup may actually help. let's see if it's true. took some chicken soup, gave it to sick people and markers in
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the blood for immune response and flamation changed. food is not medicine, of course, but chicken soup will be something very good for you. >> if you've got kids, get them to hydrate with the popsicles. >> sometimes you don't feel like drinking. remember, you feel crumby. but fruit popsicles, especially, are a great way to get you some fluids. you can suck on them. it's at your own pace and it's not going to be giving you a lot, just small amounts. >> your stomach is a little gripy or you're having problems, there's things for you to help soothe that? >> stuffy nose is one thing. when you're having stomach symptoms, nauseous, feel a little off, diarrhea, several things can help. if you have flat ginger ale or cola -- they can help settle your stomach but not anything fizzy. that upsets your stomach. not a good thing. use a straw to sip it more slowly. and things like crackers. they're very good for an acidy stomach. visualize kind of sopping up things. ginger, you can make your own ginger tea.
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>> sure. >> if you want to or add some powder ginger. that will help a lot. >> if you're having trouble controlling things going on, certain things you can eat to help them. >> many parents will know this for chirp but it works for adults. brat diet. bananas, rice, applesauce and toast. kind of binds you up. you don't have to have all four. have one or two of these to help you. stick with things that are bland. if you have really bad symptoms, call your doctor. food is not going to really help with that. >> you can get dehydrated badly. >> you can. >> once you're feeling better you need to have protein. >> protein will help to rebuild and replenish your body. things like eggs, scrambled eggs, the most easily digestible protein, and yogurt. it has the healthy bacteria good for your digestive tract, al. >> what about protein drinks? >> protein drinks or shakes to help you when you recover. you don't have a big appetite for a week or two afterwards. have this. nothing replaces a nice well
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>> thanks. we've got a good looking day. moderate air quality and temperatures are very comfortable. we are back in the moderate range. we should be in the midair quality range tomorrow. 69 degrees in gilroy, 68 in san jose and 67 degrees in lovely redwood city. want to spend a minute on your seven-day. by tomorrow, temperatures are going to drop off. rain for mostly the second half of the day. for friday, the sun comes back out and as we get into the upcoming weekend, expect rainy days. let's check your drive. good morning, mike. >> a tough morning. the bay bridge got an early start. a quarter to six when they turneded those lights on. the back-up continues here at the toll plaza. coming through berkeley, you might be easier because this holds folks up now coming northbound and into downtown. a new crash clearing to the
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shoulder, but slow, heading up past high street. a map shows you a similar stretch. 580 west is a good alternate. it's a relatively short back-up. south also slow out of union city and into freemont and yet another crash. 85 just clearing a new crash there. so back up to 17 and northbound 101 slow. southbound just cleared. >> you had lot to stay. we'll be back at 10:26.
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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. it tuesday, january 22nd. 2013. kathie lee is working away in l.a., but look who is in the chair. meredith vieira is here. >> hi, honey. >> did we have drinks last time you were here? >> yes. you had not started this no drinking. >> we started it, and we're continuing it. now we're down to 15 days. that's half the month. >> that you don't drink on the show? >> please stop underscoring that. we're going to discuss that further later, but this is some kind of a flu drink. what did you do on the weekend? >> very little, hoda. i pulled everything out of my
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closet and ran out of energy. there are five piles, and i cannot get myself to clean it. >> are you a hefty bags or how do you clean when you clean the cloz elt? do you just get rid of it? >> i used to do that, and then i would miss things, and then i would have remorse, so now i just move it around to different spots. >> i want to tell you something that we're going to do tomorrow. >> oh, really? >> meredith is going to bring in her favorite pear of pants, and, you guys, these are classics, and her favorite shirt. >> i am not doing this. >> you have to do it. >> they're pajama pants. they're pajama pants. >> laura, who works in our hair and makeup department said she was helping you pack one day, and she saw these shredded, crazy looking pants and wondered what they were. >> they're sentimental pants. you'll see. now you've embarrassed me. i'll bring them in. what did you do? >> i'm exhausted. look at me. bloodshot. i was last night with andy cohen on his show "watch what happens live." >> he is here today. >> what you are going to do. >> you're going to do that show.
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that show is crazy. first of all, there are crazy guests. you don't know what's coming. they ask you humiliating and embarrassing questions. >> like? >> like -- well, okay, they played this game with me, and it's a game called "hoda lay-hee-ho." >> who i would lay with. do you know what i'm saying? whatever. let's watch. >> first one hoda lay he who. you said this is one of your former friends with benefits. you laid with him. would you recommend him for hoda? >> yes. >> you would? >> without blinking, yes, yes, yes. >> what about lance armstrong? yeah or nay? he confessed. >> i say yes. >> you say yes? hoda, would you? >> i say no, no, no, no. >> next up, russell brand. >> oh. >> i say no.
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>> you say no. hoda? >> we met him on the show and interviewed him. we were crazy about him. he is not as he seems in that picture. >> but he is sober. how fun can that be? >> come on. >> yeah, really. especially for hode. next up is new york mayor booker. >> i'm not feeling it. brandy says no. hoda? >> you know what, he is one of those health nuts, he exercises all the time, he eats right, so definitely not. >> hilarious. >> you don't want to lay down with somebody who looks better than you. he seems kind of perfect. >> a little bit. >> what's your criteria then? >> i think -- >> breathing? >> you are really funny. my bar is dropping. you know what, i used to only want like my heart pounding because i love that feeling, and now i've decided that's not all that important anymore. just -- i just want -- >> nice. >> nice, kind, solid, and, you
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know, i love what she said. she believes in falling in love, and she believes that, like, her next great love is around the corner, and she still believes that in her 80s and embraces things like that. she loves the rest restaurant and the next good song, nice piece of art, right? she likes it. >> the next bust could be around the corner too. >> you are a downer. did you watch the inauguration? >> i did. i did. well, here's the thing, you whn you lee a musical -- we talked about this earlier -- and you are not humming any of the music and something is missing. there's no line from that speech from obama that resonates now, but i thought he did what he set out to do. you know, he explained to the american public what his agenda is going to be, but my favorite moment, to be honest with you, was after he left as he is leaving the mall, and he turns around to soak up that moment. i'm never going to see this again. you wants to look at all of that. that to me was very touching. we've all had those moments in life where you want to freeze. >> you know what's funny, i don't know why i'm thinking about this, but when bethenny
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frankel got married in the middle of her -- >> that's what you are compared the inauguration to. when bethenny frankel got married. oh, my god. oh, my god. i need alcohol. >> no, but this is important because i actually never forgot it, and this works in life. she stopped the vows in the middle and said i just want to look around for a second because sometimes you're so rushed in life you don't take a second and think about it. i was just bringing up a moment that i remembered. that struck me. >> wow. >> a couple of things i love too. >> i'm having trouble -- i think i'm not going to be able to talk. this is awful. >> the drink? >> go ahead. >> wait. what is this drink? >> it's a flu drink, but there's something terrible in that. something very -- what's in that? is that kerosene? what is in that? >> oh, my god. >> is that kerosene? that is awful. >> drink the water. >> i did drink the water. okay. >> one of my favorite moments -- i loved all the singing. i loved the music. >> oh, i loved james taylor. >> james taylor was great. beyonce was incredible. >> lovely.
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>> i loved -- i loved, loved, loved kelly clarkson. do we have a little shot of her? she killed it. ♪ ♪ to thee we sing >> she was great. what was funny is the moment that i guess -- i saw it first, but there was a picture of bill clinton photo bombing her. did you see that? >> no, i didn't see it. >> oh, there it is. >> like hey. >> someone was checking her out. >> i don't think so. i don't know. >> what did you think of michelle obama's dress? >> i loved her dress. i know there was a lot of discussion department ofs as nice as the one four years ago. i think the majority thought it was better. you know, at the end of the day i loved both dresses, but i think if you like her second dress better, i think part of it because the way she wears it now. she's a different woman than she was four years ago. you know?
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she's grown into this role. >> yep. >> i she thi she has a confidence. not that she was totally lacking in it four years ago, but she really has become this person. >> she does seem -- she does have that -- >> she wears the dress. it doesn't wear her. >> i don't want to compare apples and oranges. your dress today. >> it's a skirt and a top. >> would you stand up? this is the coolest outfit. look what's happening. >> where is the top? >> this is connected? >> that's your mike. >> i don't need it. >> look how cute that is. now, who makes this? >> i have no idea. >> turn around. just show your -- see how it goes in the back, like long so it covers? i love that. >> it makes me look good. if you say dress again, it's a skirt and a top. >> you were a journalist. okay? >> exactly. that's over. it happened about ten minutes ago. >> what are you talking about? can we talk about this gross drink for a second? >> yes.
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>> this is about the flu. this is supposed to be a flu fighting drink. >> garlic. that's what i'm tasting. okay. >> here's the thing, a lot of people are getting the flu still, and -- >> we shouldn't kid around about it because it is serious. >> jimmy kimmel was kidding around about it. he had such fun. look at this clip. >> hi. nice to see you. i have the flu. >> get away from me. >> i do. >> get away from me. >> why? >> because i don't want it. >> i have the flu. i have the -- >> it's going around. >> it just went to you. >> nice and clammy. here we go. hey, dude. i have the flu. yeah. sweat, right? hey, yeah. i have the flu. i have the flu. it's an influenza extravaganza. >> i have the flu.
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>> nasty. >> that's when you know that show is shot in l.a. and not in new york. in new york that guy would be decked or shot. that would be it. i mean, that -- they were pretty nice to him. >> i freaked out when someone -- there was a person walking in front of me, and they sneezed out. they didn't cover their mouth because they were walking, and i literally -- i was talking to someone, and i had my mouth open, and i was, like, oh, my god. you know how you know you're getting it? >> that happened to me the other day. >> what happened? >> the other day i was having lunch with this lady. lovely person. she's talking, and you know sometimes you spit. she spit on me, and you try to ignore it, and you're fine, and i'm thinking how close is it to my mouth, and then like two sentences later she says, oh, i have stomach flu. i go, oh, my god. then i freaked out, but i'm fine, but then you almost want to say you need to either don't go out if you're not feeling well or practice good hygiene. >> i was in the theater, and there was a guy sitting right
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next to me who was hacking up a lung, and you are trapped in the theater, and you know the theater chairs are smaller than the movie seats. people are on your lap. i'm going like that because -- >> did you give him the look? >> the stink eye? sometimes i do that. it not your fault. >> they shouldn't be there. >> well, you -- >> hoda has this lovely, lovely book party. was it last week? >> yeah. it was last week. last week. >> and i had the honor of sitting next to you. >> yes. >> which was lovely, and you gave me, parened me, with a book and said you were going to sign the book, and i left, and there's no signature. >> let me show you the signature. >> i'm signing it right now. >> how do you spell your name? >> m-e-r-e -- >> don't you have to put something thoughtful in there? thoughtful. something that expresses our relationship. don't quote bethenny. >> what? that is just -- >> i like her, but --
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>> in ten years. we'll see where we are in ten years. >> oh, god. >> i don't know what to write. that's terrible. >> okay. that's lovely. wait, wait. can't wait to see you in ten years. love -- >> that looks likes kathie lee. is that hoed wra? >> you know where kathie lee is? she's on the phone. we've been waiting for kath because in the new york post there was a headline, and it was on -- i think it was over the weekend. the headline is "kathie lee quits "dry" mouth." >> a month. i'm sorry. >> so, kath, you have a been to pick with this headline, huh? >> good morning, ladies. >> good morning. >> the sun is coming up over the hollywood hills. i'm looking at your apartment, meredith. >> really? >> yeah. oh, my gosh, you guys. it's in the 80s here. any upset that i had about that headline has just -- who cares? i'm in l.a., baby. i'm in la-la land, and i don't think i'm coming back. >> really?
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now, what about this headline, though? they kind of shouted you out and not me, which i kind of liked a little. >> because she was drinking too, kathie lee. you know hoda was drinking. >> pretty much everybody at that table had either a glass of pinno grigio or red wine to celebrate hoda's book, and i guess they took umbrage. i guess some people thought that when we said we weren't dripging for a month we meant at all. who knows us? whoever thinks we would agree to that? we would never agree to that. >> what did you really agree to? nothing. >> we agreed to not drink on the show. >> that's an hour a day of not drinking. >> that's a sacrifice. >> that's nothing. >> well, i love, kath. my favorite line is -- can you read this one -- you caught me, gifford told us to a rep. yes, i most certainly was drinking wine. you can't celebrate a book launch without it, but i commend "the post" on their investigative reporting.
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very gracious of kathie lee. lovely. >> well, that's the way i roll. >> i know it is. >> hoda and i are going to do the show from out here next month during february, and so i came out, and i'm doing interviews in different stars' homes this week so we can air those for everybody in february, and i wish you were here, meredith, so i could take everybody to your new place. >> my new place would take about two seconds. it's not great. but have fun. who homes are you in? can you say? >> yes. yesterday i was up at kris jenner's house with the girls, and cassidy went with me, so that was fun. and today jason -- i'm going to be with jason kennedy. >> i love him. >> and i have a couple of the other ones sort of fell tloo. we're working on a couple of other ones. i'll let you know later on. it's fun to go through people's homes and rummage through their
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drawers. >> are they home when you are doing it? >> yeah, they know. they know. we're trying to get chelsea handler. she wants -- >> she owes us. >> she owes us. i know. >> no, she -- payback, definitely. >> all right. we'll talk to you later on in the week. >> bye. love you. take care. >> bye. >> you know what, we have a big announcement to make. big news. our johnson's baby of the week announcements. in conjunction with johnson's baby, we are celebrating moms everywhere, so every week we're going to feature your little bundle of joy right here in our chat. send us a photo of your baby 8 weeks or under, okay? 8 weeks or under. the birth date and weight and words of wisdom about parenting. >> you'll have a chance of having your baby showed right here on our show. it begins on january the 25th. for details go to klg and hoe >> can i send in picture of when my kids were baebdz? they have to still be babies?
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>> no. indeed. should boys be raised as gentlemen? why one mom thinks shiflry, or teaching it is a bad idea. >> we have the scoop in today's buzz. >> i can't believe andy cohen made it here. i don't think he is here. >> he is buzzed. that start off white, pres it yellows over time. fact is, when it comes to your smile, if you're not whitening, you're yellowing. crest 3d white whitestrips go below the enamel surface to whiten as well as $500 professional treatments, at a fraction of the cost. guaranteed, or your money back. crest. life opens up when you do. want a whiter smile today? try 2 hour express whitestrips. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. pillsbury grands biscuits
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at nap time every afternoon the boys, you know, wait for the girls to use the toilet, and it just seemed -- it seemed absurd to me that in this environment in preschool of all places where we are trying to teach them how to take turns, how to share, which nobody wants to do. it just seems crazy to me at this point in our lives to say to them, this isn't fair, girls go first. >> i grew up in a house where my dad -- i never saw my mom touch a door. my dad always opened the car door, and my brother saw it from aey young age and watched it, and i don't think it's just about that. i think it makes them better men all the way around because they're just more mindful. especially you want the man who ends up being your husband to be a gentleman, and that is my thought. >> i think -- and that should be really the point of it and why i sort of agree with you on this. we teach them to be gentlemen, and we also have to teach them respect. it's not about being sexist or having to protect girls. at the same time we don't want
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girls to feel entitled because we want them to also feel equal, so it's a balance. i think that we should teach our boys to be gentlemen, and also teach our girls to be gentlewomen too. >> i am sort of advocating for this year of more courtesy in the world, not less. it's not that i think that boys shouldn't, you know, open doors for girls. i think they should open doors for whoever gets to the door first. >> i kind of like it when i'm in an elevator and the guy stands to the side. i like it. i'm into it. i'm, like, what a guy. i think highly of him. >> i work in a building, right, where we all get off on the sixth floor. predominantly male. they always step aside and let me get on first. >> i like that. >> now we're on the sixth floor, and there are, you know, seven men in front of me who all have to push to the side. >> it's okay. >> it just -- i would like my son to be able to sort of treat everybody equally. i want him to treat everyone kindly. >> i think we also want to teach our boys the social skills of
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whomever their partner is in this case if it happens to be girls as they get older that they also understand how to treat a girl. how to treat a woman in a way to make her feel special. not necessarily to put her down. i don't know whether we should throw out the baby with the bath water. >> we live in a global environment, though. you don't just live in your town. you travel. you're going to have to have the skills that apply globally all over the world. >> i think the bigger problem is that people are so rude nowadays. that's the problem. holding the door for somebody, and they don't say thank you. >> i think the point that you made is a good point that we do want to teach our children to love -- humans to love other people and to be chivalrous. not just with girls. you can say that. teach them love and kindness, and we will have healthier children. >> this is a very controversial and interesting article. the police are called to a kardashian compound. did you know? >> what a surprise. >> well, a big announcement
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had cleared through downtown and heading up toward that toll plaza itself. there is is toll plaza. the fast track is just starting to show again some more relief, but we have some late build here. past the coliseum, things recover. looks like the sweepers have probably hit the road that happens every day. on the truck scales, we have slowing, but that's starting to get a lot clearer over the last ten minutes. we have a new crash coming out of mountain view and san antonio. that was just starting to clear. from 237 up to that scene, a little slow toward palo alto. back to you. >> thank you so much. we will have more of the day's top stories coming up in just 30 minutes. we will see you at 11:00.
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. >> we're back with more of this boozeless tuesday. it's time for today's buzz. while a lot of celebrities were celebrating the inauguration, there was a lot going on in hollywood the past couple of days. >> the oscar race is heating up. the kardashians got pranked. hoda was doing moonlighting with andy cohen on "watch what happens live." >> how did she do? >> she was so good. >> yeah. >> she was great. >> how about brandi. >> brandi. >> that was the one who used to be with leann rhymes' husband. >> she had choice words for her. >> she did not hold back. >> no, she did not hold back. >> good morning, ladies. what do you think of the bangs, meredith? >> i think the bangs are great, and i think she's very brave to have cut her hair right before she's going to be seen by millions. that's really -- >> could have gone either way, right? >> yeah, exactly. what do you think? >> i love the bangs. i love the bangs. >> some people thought it was severe. >> i think it's soft and pretty. >> are bangs considered a very daring look? >> yes, yes.
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>> it's a big change. >> yes. >> what would be daring for a man if bangs are daring for a woman? >> i have no idea. shaving your head. i poofed my hair up. yes. maybe the poof. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> tell us who you like. there were a lot of great musicians. >> you whan i loved about beyonce? before she sang, she surveyed the crowd like a queen. she stood there, and she took it all in like i'm the queen, and i loved it when she pulled that ear piece out of her ear. i don't need this ear piece. i'm done with it. i'm going to belt it, and i'm going to give it. >> i love beyonce, but like you, i loved kelly clarkson. i saw kelly clarkson tweeted you thanks for your compliments yesterday. >> love her. >> how about james taylor? i loved his simplicity. >> great choice. zi thought it was a great mix. kelly clarkson, i think, to me -- i expected greatness from beyonce. kelly clarkson, who i have always loved, just totally blew me away. >> what about the fashion? what did you think?
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>> i thought it was great. tom brown, who the first lady wore during the day, is known as a mens ware designer. this is a tom brown tie. i wear a lot of his ties. so he just started designing for women, and so that was a big -- >> she took a chance. >> she took a chance. i thought the coat was gorgeous during the day, and i thought the dress -- i read today in "the times" eric wilson was saying that the color red was actually an incredibly bold choice for her. it's a bold color, and people expected her to be in blue. i thought it was -- >> what about the girls, the daughters? i thought they looked so cute with the coats, the bright colors? >> kate spade and j crew. >> she's a teenager. she's going to be 15. >> unbelievable. >> when he finishes they'll be 18, 19, so it's going to be really interesting to see the woman that she grows into. >> right. let's talk hollywood now. leo derap rio made a grand announcement which was? >> he said in an interview that he is going to take a break from
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acting because his lily white butt is tired from working so hard. he shot, like, three movies in the last year. no, no, no. i just didn't know if i could say a-s-s on the "today" show. anyway, yeah, he is going to take a little break. >> he'll be back, right? >> he'll be back. >> what about the kardashians being pranked? >> apparently there's this new thing in l.a. called swatting, and it's where people call 911 and claim that there's an emergency in a celebrity's house, and then the lapd freaks out and sends a swat team and helicopters over to that celebrity's house. it happened with the kardashians last week, and then it happened to chris brown yesterday. they said there was a domestic disturbance over there. it wasn't true. they -- >> those people should be arrested stwloosh absolutely. they should be arrested. >> andy, thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me. >> a little bit buzzed. >> no, i'm not. >> leftovers. >> that's my morning attitude.
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i don't like lawyers. >> me neither. that's why i became a judge. >> hey. >> hey. >> how are you? >> how are you? >> eighty. thanks for having me back. >> congrats on this series of movies. i was reading that the first one was the highest rated movie on the hallmark channel ever. and some people may not have seen the first couple. will they be surprised by this one, or can they join right in. >> i was one of those that saw. >> you can join right many. the great thing about the hallmark movie channel is they allow me to make these original ones, and they don't all have to be tied together. same character. story is different each time. >> i want to ask you first because the opening scene of this movie, you're camping and this bear comes to the camp sight on those back legs, and you confront him, and you are scream, he is screaming, he goes off. was there a real bear there? >> that was two real bears actually. >> really? >> yeah. they had -- i think they were brothers, and same bear that
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works with sacha coren in "borat." very talented bear. i stand right up there with the bear, and the -- >> was that bear chained or something? what if that bear decided i'm a bear. you're not a bear. >> it was a bear. it came right out there, but they have little thin wires and things that sort of protect you, but if the bear wants to get you, it's going to get you. >> were you scared in that scene? >> i was not scared. there was one moment where it got my attention where it was looking past me, and then its claws went and touched my chin right there, and it had never really looked me in the eye until it knew i was there. then when it touched me and came back by, it looked at me to say i know you're there. i could smell its breath. >> why do you like this genre? this is something you're enjoying. >> i like it because i think people like the idea of a lawyer that does the good thing. they like the idea of the bad guy actually getting in trouble at the end. so many times in society the bad guy gets away. not in my movies, man.
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we get him. sometimes we string them up. sometimes we don't. i like to do them because obviously i love the horses and the animals and all the -- i like to work outside. we shot this in british columbia. beautiful out there in the summertime, and we got to do a lot of action. >> as a little kid were you into cowboys and indians and the whole thing? >> i was. i was. i still am. i do. i like to do these kinds of movies because, you know, again, it's -- this is where guns should be, in historical -- >> exactly. >> -- things that are on television. that's when i feel okay to do that kind of stuff, and, yeah, and this. look at this one. >> i'm in. >> i always wanted to do something like this. >> what did do you? throw her in? >> i do. >> you jump. that's right. >> but then that's you not a stunt double? >> that was me. >> we don't know if that's you. now. >> they shot -- no, but here's -- >> my stunt guy did it, and he was so cool, and he jumped off and he was like -- no, eli, i would scream, and so when i did
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it and i was screaming the whole way down. ah! >> how far was that drop? >> that was about 35, 40 feet. >> wow. >> that wasn't the hard part. swimming in those big boots was i thought -- once i hit the water, that's when it got dangerous. there it is. >> wow. >> you are, like, oh. >> yeah. >> all right. >> the director was filming it. he was down there in scuba gear, and he said jump on me. >> was it one take? >> that was one take. >> wow. >> all right. well, congrats on this. you can catch "good night for justice" saturday night on the hallmark movie channel. >> you are with andy tonight. >> get ready. >> you get ready. i'm ready for you, andy. >> bring your own bear. >> i'll bring my own bear. >> that's how you roll. from bomber jackets to boxing bags. the hot trends that are back this year. first these messages. i've discovered gold. [ female announcer ] the gold standard in anti-aging. roc® retinol. found in roc® retinol correxion deep wrinkle night cream. it's clinically proven to give 10 years back to the look of skin. now for maximum results, the power of roc® retinol is intensified with a serum
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good to so good from tips from today's style experts. it is time for today's style. the hottest item for 2013 to keep you ahead of the curve. don't dance. >> i'm want dancing. >> from stillettos to charming jewel where i, people style's jill martin has you covered. hey, jill. >> jill. what with we starting with? >> we're starting with something i want to tell you that's hot, and i know you're not a big fan. these are the printed bomber jackets. you'll be seeing them all over the place. >> are you sure? >> i'm telling you. you can adapt them to more neutral colors, which you said you would wear, but i'm just pointing out everything on this -- nylon. it's inspiration for something that you would wear. silver. if you are going to pick one metallic. you're wearing gold. of course. silver is the big thing. >> it is. >> as we're going into the -- >> no matter what wur skin tone is, no matter -- >> just a pop of silver. even gold.
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metallics, again. big trend for 2013. boxy bags and boxy heels. he's are from tommy hilfager. everything is under $100. macy's, everyone has these different ones. cross-body. however you want. however you want to adapt it. these boxy heels are very in, and much easier to walk in. >> chunky. >> than a stilletto. >> i like a stilletto. >> because we know how you are. >> okay. i love this. charm bracelets. >> i do too. >> so much fun. you can get them already made. $65. i found this great shop, brooklyn charm, and for $5 you can just get -- >> that's cute. >> whatever you want and add it to an already existing necklace or bracelet and give it az gift, and they have everything, cameras. or e-mail my friend tracy zabar. she does the most beautiful, beautiful charm bracelets. >> however you want to do it. that's the big trend. i'm wearing them right now,
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which i never wear lipstick. orange lips. that's the big trend. >> i thought that would look ugly, and it looks really nice on you. >> i was going to say. >> on paper it sounded awful, but i love that. >> compare it with pink and bright colors, but however you're comfortable. >> on any skin tone as well? >> any skin. it just depends on the orange that you use. you can use a tangarine or a coral. obviously use what works for you. >> you don't think it would look good on her? >> no. >> oh. oh, that's very nice. so you are saying this doesn't look good. really nice. okay. >> gifts for the kitchen. a way to spris up the kitchen in 2013. look at all these different patterns. >> do you want me to put a little on you now? >> okay. so just a way to spruce up the kitchen. i love these. they're fun if you are entertaining. >> what are they? >> the microwave safe. and this i love. this is a way to eat in an interesting way. you want to eat your carrots, but you don't want the ranch dressing on everything, then you
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can dip it. >> i love that. >> the salsa and chips. >> i had hot chocolate and marshmallows. i thought that doesn't work. the i left it in the bowl and not in the cup. >> i like it. that's a great idea. >> i added you in here. >> thank you. >> you can write all over that. hang them on the wall. it's a new way. they're behind you. can you display art while also keeping your family intact. >> you really need to have that. a big space that's open. >> because your bodies are dark there. >> you can't write on that. >> write on your bodies. >> and then fun games to keep on the table. we love these. jonathan adler, restoration hardware, and then i got you an empty glass of this. this is for you. and this is prosecco vodka. oh, look at that. look at you. we have to go somewhere else. crown >> let's vote. i say no. >> all right. if you got young kids, that's a
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no. >> cheers. >> all right. we're going to talk animals, but, first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke.
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>> we are back now with "today's" call of the wild and the brat brothers. >> best known for "zabumafu." they are getting animated called "wild crafts." it takes kids and families along extraordinary animal adventures. the brothers are here. >> how are you two? >> a lot of these animals are animals that appear on the show. we have a second season rolling out right now. >> conxwrat las vegas on that. >> who is marten and who is chris? >> i'm chris. >> i'm the blue brother. he is the green brother. >> let's talk about the 6-month-old -- >> this is a red kangaroo joey,
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a baby. they're only about the size of a wean when they're born. >> how big will they get? >> he will get to be six feet tall. we talk about creature powers in our show. the red kangaroo can leap 25 feet in a single bound. >> he can't walk, right? he has to hop. >> he has to hop. >> we need to talk about this guy. >> this is a giant -- >> oh, oh, oh. >> it's okay. they climb. >> it's okay for you. >> oh, my goodness. >> is he okay? >> he waurndz around like a horse. he is tiny. he is always riding on his mom's back. how big will he get? >> they get to be over 100 pounds. >> these guys are from south america, right? >> their tongue can go super fast. 160 times. >> can it stay out? how can we get that tongue to stick out? >> he eats 35,000 ants in a single day. >> is that what they need to survive? >> that's all they eat. they have special stomach muscles that grind.
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>> they're also very powerful, aren't they? >> look at the clues. they can dig into termite ground, and they walk on their knuckles to protect their claws. >> is he nice? >> he likes to hug on this pillow because he rides on his mama's back. >> is this the -- which animal is -- >> this is the one. >> this is a sloth, and they are -- they're not slow. max speed of 110 miles per hour. we walk at 3 or 4 miles per hour. >> do they spend most of their time in the trees? >> yeah. >> they're cam fraujed? >> yes. >> eats nothing but leaves. they move slowly, and they have algae growing on their back sometimes to help with the camouflage. >> they have to -- when they have to go to the bathroom, they leave the tree? >> they walk down. >> serious? >> it's actually -- they dig a little hole, and they poo poo in the hole. >> they're clean animals. >> we're going to get to our
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last guy. i think he wants out. here comes the penguin. >> oh, hi, honey. >> are we allowed to touch them? >> they have really sharp beaks. >> be careful, guys. >> they're great at catching fish. >> are they afraid of people? >> oh, no. >> he will peck you. >> this penguin is from africa, and you don't think of penguins from africa. >> from south africa. they live on the land where it's hot, and they jump into the cold water. yep. they're in that southern theater. >> how do they compare to their relatives in antarctica. >> different species. different sizes. we were filming these guys in the gallapagos, and they're torpedos in the water. >> they use their wings as fins. >> like they fly in the water. >> we can check our local listings. coming up we'll have darrell listings. coming [ female announcer ]l safeway presents
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good morning. >> we have breaking news. man hunt going on in oakland. bay area has just confirmed the s.w.a.t. team has taken four people out of a home in handcuffs there. the scene playing out after a shooting that injured an undercover cop yesterday. we've been on the story all morning long. christie smith joins us from oakland. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning to you. well, the oakland police chief just wrapped up a press conference and we have good news to start with. that is that the officer shot in the arm has been released from the hospital. he's at home recovering. police chief also confirming that overnight, they did detain two people and as you said, we're now hearing they may have taken four more into custody. three men and a woman. at that same scene. they know who they are, but aren't releasing names. now, theve

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